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Same Familiar Face Now Has a New Home

ByJasmine McIntosh

Ray White Mooloolaba is delighted to welcome experienced sales agent Adam Budd to their growing team.

Adam Budd has joined Ray White Mooloolaba from Kawana as he’s keen to continue to grow his business within Australasia’s biggest and fastest growing property group.

The Ray White Group continues to move from strength to strength after their 1000-strong network sold a record $44.7 billion worth of property across Australia and New Zealand last fiscal year.

Adam shares the same strong family values that the Ray White Group are renowned for and hold so close to their heart.

Adam has an excellent track record for producing outstanding results, and will brings a fresh approach to Mooloolaba office as he seeks to striving to build the best reputation he can on the Sunshine Coast.

He’s well known for his strong relationships within his local community as a high-performing, upfront and loyal agent to all of his clients.

Ray White Mooloolaba directors Brent Higgins and James Goldsworthy are happy that an agent of Adam’s calibre has chosen to align himself with their group.

“Growth is the oxygen of our group. It’s in our DNA and we’ll keep growing and moving forward as we live and work in the best place in all of Australia.

“Adam he has forged strong relationships within the property industry across the Sunshine Coast and in particular the Kawana Waters suburbs and we are delighted to have him onboard.”

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