Ray White announces hotel broker Andrew Jolliffe as top agent internationally

Ray White announces hotel broker Andrew Jolliffe as top agent internationally
Ray White announces hotel broker Andrew Jolliffe as top agent internationally

Andrew Jolliffe has been announced as the number one sale agent internationally for the Ray White Group.

Jolliffe was also the number one international agent in 2015-16.

Jolliffe made the sale of the Clovelly and Marlborough hotels to Solotel's Bruce Solomon and Matt Moran, as well as the sale of the Collaroy and Tennyson hotels to Merivale's Justin Hemmes. 

Mr Jolliffe has sold John Singleton's Kinselas, Peakhurst, Toxteth and Marlborough hotels in Sydney over the past six months for $100 million.

Ray White Group director Dan White said Andrew Jolliffe was the overall top agent across all of Ray White and his product knowledge was second to none.

"Andrew always put his clients in the best position to make the best decisions. His attention to detail is flawless. He knows his market intimately and therefore he communicates opportunities frequently to his clients," he said.

Jolliffe said to receive an award such as this from Australia's oldest and largest real estate group is most rewarding.

"Clearly however, I've been immeasurably benefited by the strength of the asset class within which I operate, as well as being surrounded by an organisation full of people who both believe in and embrace the concept of a meritocracy," he said.

"When the culture of an organisation creates a platform where everyone pushes and pulls in the same direction, it can become quite intoxicating in terms of the availability of success for those involved.

"The level of increased sophistication and therefore expectation from his client base means a greater depth of knowledge and service was required from people in his position.

"That being said, trust in both ability and advice is still the key differentiator we highlight as being the most important to us, as proxy for our valued clients and this view we hold transcends real estate, and applies to any professional service.

"A-grade hospitality property typically finds itself residing upon prime commercial sites, often situated on an area's high street, and almost invariably in close proximity to major transport and other commercial applications.

"With this underwritten value fundamental in mind, and when considering the cyclically low cost of funding, we can see sound argument for the continued strength and depth of the sector and look forward to announcing further sales in the very near future."

The Ray White Group made in excess of $44.7B in annual sales in 2016-17.

Ray White

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