Ray White Summer Hill expands it’s reach

Brothers Michael and Andrew Simpson, from Ray White Summer Hill, have acquired a second office as they look to carry on the family tradition.

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Brothers Michael and Andrew Simpson, who are carrying on their father’s 50-year legacy, have acquired their second Ray White office after joining Australasia’s largest real estate group only two years ago.

Their family’s longstanding real estate business became Ray White Ashfield in 2022, and they have now merged with neighbouring Ray White Summer Hill.

“When the opportunity arose to expand into Summer Hill, we knew that it was the perfect chance to officially become integrated in a community that we already know and love,” Michael Simpon said.

“Summer Hill is a beautiful, family-oriented community with a vibrant mix of housing, great schools and central hubs.”

There are around 4,000 dwellings in Summer Hill, and is generally known to be a tightly-held neighbourhood, with long-term ownership.

“We are inner-west born and bred, and it truly feels like one big family. We know the region like the back of our hand,” he said.

He said that the synergy between their office and the Ray White group as a whole is unique, due to the multi-generational ‘family business’ element.

“Ray White is the best partner to lay the foundations and framework of a successful business, and their training and technology offering is second to none,” he said.

“The sense of family and camaraderie in the Ray White group is something hard to replicate anywhere else.”

As second-generation proprietors, the brothers, carry forward the legacy of their father’s enduring business ethos, rooted in Ashfield and Summer Hill for over five decades.

Both brothers entered straight into real estate after finishing school, after passionately watching their father. 

Michael focuses on sales and Andrew on property management.

“Because we have come from a property management background, we have unique insight into all facets of the market, particularly investments,” Andrew Simpson said.

The team has a robust rent roll, which contributes to their breadth of knowledge in the inner west.

The brothers will now be running a team of 10, across their Ashfield and Summer Hill locations. 

Existing principals of Ray White Summer Hill Erik and Lisa Polsek will be remaining on in the business.

“We are looking forward to recruiting and training more brilliant young people in the real estate industry who can help carry on the business that we are already so proud of,” Andrew Simpson said.

Ray White New South Wales CEO Tim Snell said the Simpson brothers embody the entrepreneurial spirit that he looks for in leaders.

“Michael and Andrew have quickly developed a fantastic reputation in Ashfield, and we look forward to backing their future growth and ambitions for Summer Hill,” Mr Snell said.

“We congratulate Lisa and Erik Polsek for their many years of service to the community, and look forward to seeing the collaboration of these two respected offices moving forward.”

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