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Hamilton High Flyer No. 1 for Harcourts Again

Hamilton High Flyer No. 1 for Harcourts Again

26 May 2005

One of Hamilton’s legendary real estate figures, Shaun Cosgrave of Harcourts’ Hamilton – Glenview office has been announced as Harcourts’ Number 1 National Sales Consultant for the second year in the row, ahead of 1,800 other Harcourts sales consultants throughout the country.

The announcement was made last night at the black tie Awards Dinner concluding Harcourts' annual three day Conference with close to 1,000 attending Conference and the 2004-2005 awards.

Alison Aitken from the Christchurch City office was announced as Harcourts Number 2 National Sales Consultant for the second year in a row. Alison was Harcourts’ Number 1 National Sales Consultant for four years, and earlier this month was recognised as Harcourts’ Top Canterbury Sales Consultant for the sixth year in a row. Alison Carter from Harcourts Ferrymead in Christchurch was announced as the Number 3 National Sales Consultant.

Bryan Thomson, CEO of Harcourts New Zealand, said, "Shaun Cosgrave is a totally committed real estate professional with a capacity for sheer hard work seldom seen in any field. His absolute dedication to producing quality results for his clients sees them returning to him time after time. Driven but humble, Shaun represents everything clients should look for when selecting a consultant to sell their property. Harcourts is so very proud to have Shaun as our national champion for the second year running.”

Brian King, business partner of the Harcourts Hamilton offices said he had worked with Shaun for many years and enthusiastically described him as “an absolutely hard worker who provides unbelievable service to his clients with a huge focus on the job at hand. Shaun surrounds himself with good people and is a great team player. It’s such a pleasure to have him on the team.”

As well as the current Harcourts Number 1 consultant, Shaun has in recent years been recognised by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand as the Number 1 residential salesperson for the Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Gisborne Region four times.


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