Ray White Cleveland: Your true Redland agents

THE TEAM: Ray White Cleveland staff (from left) Julie Booker, Amy Flanagan, Belinda Nave, Scott Martin, Mark Taylor and Ken Quinton.

THE TEAM: Ray White Cleveland staff (from left) Julie Booker, Amy Flanagan, Belinda Nave, Scott Martin, Mark Taylor and Ken Quinton.

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From the football field as Under 6s for Redland United to the selling floor of Ray White Cleveland, Mark Taylor and Scott Martin are your born and bred Redland boys. 

So passionate about the region and the lifestyle it offers, they are now at the helm of Ray White Cleveland as business partners.

They are excited and ready to show property hunters why living and remaining in the Redlands is the ideal lifestyle option. 

“The lifestyle here is what makes it; there is diversity in the property available, the waterfront isn’t far away and there is a great community spirit,” Mark said. 

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Mark has been a local real estate agent for 15 years, 10 of which has been with Ray White. 

With Scott looking for a new business venture, and Mark ready to take the step into a principal role, the childhood friends knew the time was right to take on Ray White Cleveland, an agency which has been established for 20 years. 

Redland home owners and seekers will not only notice new faces at the agency – it also has a new location and look. 

Now found at Unit 4, 32 Middle Road, Ray White Cleveland is the first agency in Australia to feature the new company branding.

The changes attracted a special visit by Ray White chairman Brian White, the grandson of Ray White, and Ray White Queensland CEO Tony Warland recently. 

SPECIAL VISIT: Chairman of Ray White Brian White with selling principal Mark Taylor, principal Scott Martin and Tony Warland, Ray White Queensland CEO.

SPECIAL VISIT: Chairman of Ray White Brian White with selling principal Mark Taylor, principal Scott Martin and Tony Warland, Ray White Queensland CEO.

They couldn’t be happier to welcome a new generation of leadership. 

“There is nothing more rewarding than seeing ambitious people taking on their own business in a wonderful community,” Mr Warland said. 

While the location and look for Ray White Cleveland might be new, Mark said the service will remain the same. 

“Nothing about my service will change – it will still be the same one-on-one experience I’ve always provided for my clients,” Mark said. 

“We’re combining our personalised service and local knowledge with Australia’s biggest brand to make sure customers have the very best experience.

“Our goal is to be the business of choice for our community.”

At present the agency is focusing on sales, with the hope to adding property management to its services at a later time. 

Being locals, both Scott and Mark are looking forward to supporting the community and sporting groups through sponsorship. 

  • Help Ray White Cleveland help kids in need. This Friday the Grand View Hotel will host the Red Club, a networking lunch for Redland businesses. The event, running from noon to 3pm, will raise money for the Kid’s Cancer Project. It is proudly supported by Ray White Cleveland. 
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