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Andrew Burke Joins Ray White Special Projects QLD

Andrew Burke Joins Ray White Special Projects QLD

Highly experienced real estate professional Andrew Burke has joined Ray White Special Projects QLD as Associate Director – Development Site Sales.

Ray White Special Projects QLD Directors Mark Creevey and Tony Williams said Andrew Burke would be a valuable addition to the Brisbane-based team.

“Andrew has more than 15 years’ experience in a wide range of industry roles both in Australia and overseas, including more than two years’ as a commercial sales and leasing manager in Hong Kong,” Tony Williams said.

“We look forward to his contribution to Ray White Special Projects QLD and the Ray White Group.”

Mark Creevey said: “Andrew’s role in the Ray White Special Projects QLD Division will concentrate on subdivision sites, mixed use development sites, townhouse sites, high to medium density unit sales and redevelopment sites.”

Andrew Burke, who was previously in a strategic consulting management role with Jones Lang LaSalle, said he was delighted to be joining forces with the Ray White Special Projects QLD team.

“The strength of the Ray White Special Projects QLD brand under Mark and Tony’s leadership is renowned throughout the commercial property sector,” he said.

“They are dominant force in development site sales and I am keen to use the skills I have acquired during my career to help them continue that dominance.”

Ray White Special Projects QLD specialises in the marketing and sale of residential development sites and enjoys a strong relationship with Australia’s leading developers.

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