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Nelson Real Estate Consultant Receives National Award

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February 24, 2014

Nelson Real Estate Consultant Receives National Award

Nina James from RE/MAX Elite Nelson has been announced as the 2013 Rookie of the Year for RE/MAX New Zealand.

The award was open to sales consultants who were new to the industry, licensed after January 2011, and had attained a recognised achievement status with RE/MAX since the beginning of their career.

Nina has received a string of accolades since joining RE/MAX in 2011, including the prestigious Gold and Platinum Club awards and ranking as No.1 Top Consultant South Island in 2013. 

"I was overwhelmed and humbled to have received the Rookie of the Year award, particularly amongst such a fine list of professionals from across New Zealand," says Nina.

“This is definitely a career highlight and I'm so grateful to my colleagues, clients, family and the RE/MAX team for all their amazing support."

RE/MAX New Zealand’s Managing Director Michael Davoren says the Rookie of the Year award encourages industry newcomers who have shown excellence in their workplace.

“Rookie of the Year is one of our most exciting award announcements, and the quality of nominees this year was exceptional,” he said. 

To congratulate Nina, or enjoy an award-winning real estate experience, contact her nina.james@remax-elite.co.nz

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