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Ray White Group set to open in West End

By Luke O'Kelly

LUKE O’Kelly and his family are excited to be taking up the leadership mantle at the brand new Ray White West End office when it soon opens in the heart of this vibrant inner city Brisbane suburb.

The O’Kelly family has been an integral part of the West End neighbourhood since 1982, when Luke’s parents Clive and Sandra O’Kelly opened their first real estate office there in 1985.

Luke O’Kelly, their eldest, has followed in his father’s footsteps and now manages the business, which is soon to rebranding as Ray White West End.

“Our passion for property, combined with our market knowledge guarantees the success of our clients. Our business has grown thanks to the long term support of our clients. Many have been with us since the beginning,” Mr O’Kelly said.

“We see it as an exciting move and a positive next step for our business. Ray White’s family culture and brand dominance is what attracted us.

“We love the West End vibe, it is so diverse and community-focused.

“West End is like no other suburb in Brisbane, it is a mix of the old and new, the eclectic and the orthodox.

“You just need to walk down Boundary St to understand sense of community.”

Ray White Queensland CEO Tony Warland said he was excited to welcome the O’Kellys and their team to the Ray White family.

“They have so many years of experience and so many wonderful relationships with clients that this partnership will complement both of us,” he said.

“You can imagine the excitement of the Ray White Group being a family owned business to have now another successful family owned real estate agency join with us in opening the Ray White West End agency. “

The O’Kelly family was excited by the opportunity to strengthen their connections with West End and looks forward to a dynamic future with the White family.

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