Gavin Rubinstein heading to Queen Street, Woollahra under Ray White banner

Gavin Rubinstein heading to Queen Street, Woollahra under Ray White banner
Gavin Rubinstein heading to Queen Street, Woollahra under Ray White banner

Gavin Rubinstein is whispered to be heading to Woollahra where he will still operate under the Ray White network.

He is destined for Queen Street, Woollahra, the upmarket district where Randall Kemp has fronted the national brand from Moncur Street.

Kemp and Rubinstein are suppose to work collaboratively, as Rubinstein seeks listings in Bellevue Hill, Rose Bay, Vaucluse, Dover Heights, Double Bay and Bondi.

Rubinstein, along with his current five members of The Rubinstein Group, has been with Ray White Double Bay for more than a decade. 

His only recent social media tweet has been: Don’t follow the path. Blaze the trail. 

It is understood he will own the agency business.

Gavin Rubinstein heading to Queen Street, Woollahra under Ray White banner

 

Gavin Rubinstein heading to Queen Street, Woollahra under Ray White banner

There have been recently denied suggestions that the White family Ray White head office was "mortified" at the prospect of losing Rubinstein from the group where he has been the top seller for the past six years.

Gavin Rubinstein's departure from Ray White Double Bay was announced by Ray White Double Bay’s managing director, Elliott Placks late last month.

“We have enjoyed watching Gavin and his team grow and develop over the years. Our business is like family, and sometimes you have to let them go to grow,” Mr Placks said.

Rubinstein, 31, celebrated 10 years in the real estate industry in 2017, and was just nine months short of 10 years with Ray White Double Bay.

Rubinstein ranked as the number one residential salesperson in all of Australia for Ray White in the past six years.

Placks described the departure as simply “a parting of ways” having briefly initially been reported as describing it as a “divorce”.

“It’s not an ugly divorce in any sense,” he reportedly said.

“Our values have shifted over the past six months and we’ve decided to part ways."

Rubinstein’s current listings go to May 23 auction.

Last October Rubinstein was featured on the front cover of the local paper, described as "a celebrity in the dazzling world of eastern suburbs property."

There has been no comment forthcoming from Placks on Rubinstein's repositioning, but the two were increasingly engaged in competitive pitching for the same listings when they both operated out of the Double Bay office.

Ray White Double Bay has recently recruited Alan Fettes from Ballard Property Group.

 

 

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