Clint Hynes is now one of Australasia’s most successful real estate agents.Mr Hynes is deeply involved with the Wandering Warriors charity, which helps ex-commando and SAS servicemen. Clint Hynes of Ray White Oxenford (right) receives his award.A former Australian Special Forces soldier turned Gold Coast property superstar has landed a place on the 2017 A List real estate industry award honour roll. Clint Hynes of Ray White Oxenford was named an A List Excellence award winner, as a top 10 agent who is engaged with his community. Ray White Oxenford agent Clint Hynes in Afghanistan in 2008.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours agoEach year, 150 Queensland agents are revealed as the state’s top performers, using sales data from 16,500 registered salespeople. Ray White Oxenford agent Clint Hynes (left) served four tours in Afghanistan.Mr Hynes told the Gold Coast Bulletin of the toll of military life last year, and detailed histransition from a decorated, 13-year army career in 2012, including four tours of Afghanistan, to fast-rising real estate agent. Clint Hynes on stage at the A List event.He quickly notched up accolades including Ray White’s Queensland Rising Star in his rookie year, and become the fastest agent in the company’s history to reach Elite member status, and Chairman Elite status across its Australasian agencies. The 150 A List recipients gathered in Brisbane for an awards and motivational event.