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NZ Holds Its Head High In Global Awards

NZ Holds Its Head High In Global Awards

Garry Malcolm, from RE/MAX Team Realty in New Plymouth, was one of just 11 ‘Broker/Owners of the Year’ awarded at the global level by the real estate group whose reach extends to more than 90 countries. No other New Zealander or Australian was named this year.

Many hundreds of agents from around the world took the stage at the annual R4 Convention Best of RE/MAX Awards Night in Las Vegas earlier this month to be recognised and applauded by family, friends and colleagues for their 2013 achievements, in what was described as a remarkable night honoring truly remarkable entrepreneurs.

Royal Oak-based commercial real estate specialist Jeffery Bracegirdle, RE/MAX Pinnacle, was named the top performing team leader for commercial agents outside of the US and Canada.

Residential specialists Ricky Ali, RE/MAX Countryside Citywide, Papakura; David Hilliam, RE/MAX Zest, Howick; and Rosemary Kidby, RE/MAX Go For Sold, Palmerston North ranked in the Top 100 Individuals for the year 2013 overall; while Lynne Stevens, RE/MAX Team

Realty, New Plymouth, came in at number 37 for residential sales team leaders.
Don Sinclair, RE/MAX Team Realty, New Plymouth, and Vladislav Dimitrov, RE/MAX Pinnacle, Royal Oak, figured in the Top 50 commercial agents outside US and Canada for the year 2013 overall; and topping off an amazing year of sales, Jeffery Bracegirdle made the Top 50 Worldwide Commercial Team Leaders.

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