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Ray White’s youngest Elite agent driven to success

By Ellie Boswell

AT only 18 years old, North Lakes agent Ryan Suhle has become the youngest Ray White member in history to reach Elite status.

The ambitious young gun who originally planned on a career in engineering joined the family business a year ago and since then has achieved goals many agents only dream about.

“I came in to the office for three weeks, decided I was enjoying real estate and figured why not go down that route?” Mr Suhle said.

“Everyday is a bit different, you don’t wake up and do the exact same thing. There’s always a different appointment, new home and new people to meet compared to other roles where you do the same thing day in and day out.

“It’s exciting to always be meeting new people, especially in an area that I know so well. It all just clicked and I am loving it.”

Mr Suhle achieved Elite status on his commission sales and said since gaining his real estate licence after turning 18 years old this has been a major goal of his.

“Reaching Elite level means a lot. It was always my goal this year to meet this milestone and it seemed ambitious after only starting two months into the financial year but I had the goal set,” he said.

“But to be the youngest is pretty crazy to be honest.”

Real estate may be in his blood but Mr Suhle also said he has learned a lot in the field after his first year as a licensed real estate agent.

For the full media release, click here.

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