• Robert Chittick - Director
    Ray White Rural WA

    Robert Chittick Real Estate Agent
    Rob has been a licensed real estate agent for over 30 years and has been predominantely involved in rural property for most of his career. In 1996 Rob joined Wesfarmers Rural as their WA state real estate sales manager. Robs key responsiblities were over-seeing a large sales team of over 30 representatives and pursuing and acheiving the companies ambitious sales growth strategy at the time. In 2004, Rob left Wesfarmers Landmark to take up the position as national land acquisition manager for ITC Timberlands. Rob's key responsibility in this role was to acquire suitable land across Australia to meet the needs of a rapidly expanding forestry company. Record acquistion targets were met and exceeded in his time with ITC. In 2008 Rob was convinced to rejoin the Landmark organisation, again in sales management role where he continued his previous success with the company. In 2013, Rob took on the role of WA state real estate manager and licensee for Landmark with the key responsibility of running a large predominantely rural real estate business. His success in this period saw the business achieve record sales figure in each year while at the helm. Rob left Landmark Harcourts in 2016 to join up with the team at VNW Independent now (Ray White Rural WA) as a business owner and partner. Robs wealth of experience and knowledge in over 30 years in the rural property industry is well known across WA where he has been involved numerous sales from the pastoral regions in the north of the state, through to Esperance in the south and all points in between.​ Show More
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    24-26 Coghlan Road, Subiaco WA 6008
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