Chris Weston, born in Mount Barker and lived in Balhannah. He became a Technical Officer in Telecommunications, after a short period living in Adelaide, plus a stint in National Service, Chris and Sue came back to live at Oakbank in November 1974.
He completed Conveyancer/Land Broker qualifications in 1979, however decided to become a Real Estate Agent—so Chris and Sue Weston opened a one room, one phone line office in Oakbank in March 1980. They are operating from the same premises today at 213a Onkaparinga Valley Road.
Chris is also an accredited Auctioneer, accredited Rural Sales Consultant, accreditation in Business Sales, a proud member of the Real Estate Institute of South Australia and of the Society of Auctioneers and Appraisers.
He was also made Associate of the Real Estate Institute of Australia, in recognition of his services to the Real Estate Industry, including a stint as Board Member of the Real Estate Institute and a panel member for the Real Estate Industry Property Management Division.
Most recently in 2014, Chris was recognised with the prestigious ‘Max Raine’ Award, for his hard work in lifting the profile and success of Raine & Horne South Australia. The Max Raine award also honours those individuals who have provided invaluable service to the Raine & Horne network.
It was great working with Chris to purchase our property. Everything was done with no problems always happy to help. Chris is a no nonsense agent who gets straight to the point which is rare these days. I would recommend Chris at Raine and Horne Oakbank for the sale or purchasing of a property. Thanks Chris
Chris is very professional and has great knowledge of our area. He had my house on the Internet by 4.00pm the day after photographs were taken and sold it the next day at a price above my expectations. All the way through the process,he kept me informed promptly. I can't recommend Chris highly enough.
Chris got more for the house than i ever expeted top job many thanks to you chris and your team
Chris has been very communicative and helpful throughout the whole process of selling. His local Knowledge really came to the fore.