Tony Hart arrived in Broome some 24 years ago and fell in love with the town, its people and the relaxed lifestyle.
With a solid background in accounting, having studied at Deakin University, Tony worked extensively in the hospitality industry prior to purchasing a rundown business in 1997 - Broome Fish & Chips, which he successfully transformed into one of Broome's most popular eateries.
Tony's related hospitality experience led him into a Real Estate career and he has gone from strength to strength since commencing in 2006. He worked as an integral part of a successful selling team at L J Hooker and in 2011 decided to open his own office with his then selling team counterparts Clare Cowen and Ric Cockman. In January 2012 they opened the doors of Ray White Broome. The business now employs 12 people, manages 300 properties and is a market leader in the selling of residential homes.
Extremely ambitious Tony recently purchased Ray White Derby and now spends his time ensuring his staff are well trained and educated to ensure their loyal customers receive the highest standards of service.
Tony is both Ray White Broome & Ray White Derby's Managing Director and has become well respected for his attention to detail and his understanding of his client’s needs. His core belief that the real estate industry is about building relationships permeates through the entire Team. They have become market leaders and are well respected within the Broome and Derby community.
30 SECONDS WITH TONY HART....
What is the best advice anyone has ever given you?
"Stick to your knitting" - in other words stick to what you know and do best."
What do you most like to do to unwind?
"A game of golf with my good friends and then a quiet Matso's Ginger Beer on ice afterward."
What do you most like about your work?
"I love seeing my staff grow and develop in their roles. Our business is full of challenges but also great opportunities and to see individual staff members tackle both these and succeed is incredibly fullfilling for me as a business owner."