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Harcourts’ excellence celebrated at industry awards

Harcourts’ excellence celebrated at industry awards

23 July 2014

Harcourts has been celebrated at the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand’s annual Awards for Excellence in Real Estate Sales.

With over 12,000 sales consultants competing for the awards, Harcourts has again performed outstandingly, with nine of our salespeople, offices and franchises being recognised as the best in the business.

Harcourts Papanui, owned by the Gold Real Estate Limited franchise in Christchurch, was crowned the country’s top large residential office. Papanui was also recently recognised as Harcourts’ number one office worldwide for their commitment to excellence and outstanding customer service.

Harcourts Howick, part of Eastzone Realty Ltd, is REINZ’s top medium residential office nationwide.

Holmwood Real Estate's Harcourts Fendalton office was judged to be the country’s top small residential office.

Harcourts Cooper & Co Real Estate, based on Auckland’s North Shore, is well known for its success and was fittingly celebrated as REINZ’s runner up for the best agency across all disciplines.

Phil Sulusulu of Harcourts Manukau, owned by Preet & Co Real Estate, is runner up for Residential Rising Star. This is a huge credit to Phil, Preet & Co, and also to Harcourts' training academy, which teaches our people the professionalism and skills needed to be the very best.

Harcourts New Zealand CEO Hayden Duncan says the group’s number one driver is to provide an outstanding client experience to all.

“We are so proud of all our winners. Their dedication to excellence is what Harcourts is all about.

“Today we have also been announced as New Zealand’s Most Trusted Real Estate Brand* for the second year in a row. This is incredible recognition for us from the public of New Zealand. Our REINZ wins are the icing on the cake. It is humbling for us to have our hard work recognised by our industry peers. Congratulations to all our winners.”

*Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brand Survey 2014

The Harcourts 2014 REINZ Awards for Excellence in Real Estate Sales winners are:

Residential Rising Star
Runner up – Phil Sulusulu, Preet & Co Real Estate, Harcourts Group, Manukau

Business Brokers – Small/ Medium Business Broker Agency
Runner up – Christchurch City Business Brokers, Grenadier Real Estate Ltd, Harcourts Group

Commercial & Industrial – Small/ medium Commercial & Industrial
Runner up – Monarch Commercial Ltd, Harcourts Group, Hamilton

Small Residential Office
Winner - Fendalton, Holmwood Real Estate, Harcourts Group, Christchurch
First runner up - Henderson, Blue Fern Realty Ltd, Harcourts Group, Auckland

Medium Residential Office
Winner – Howick, Eastzone Realty Ltd, Harcourts Group, Auckland
First runner up – Glenfield, Cooper & Co Real Estate, Harcourts Group, Auckland

Large Residential Office
Winner – Papanui, Gold Real Estate, Harcourts Group, Christchurch

Agency All Disciplines
Runner up – Cooper & Co Real Estate Ltd, Auckland


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