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Nelson office takes top awards at Mike Pero Conference

Nelson office takes top awards at Mike Pero Conference.


Photo source: Rix Ryan Photography
Craig and Kellie with Josephine and Mike with their Hall of Fame award.
Names from left to right: Josephine Kinsella (General Manager - Mike Pero Real Estate), Craig Hamilton, Kellie Hamilton, Mike Pero


The Mike Pero Real Estate Awards took place in the Gold Coast, Australia on Wednesday with the Richmond East team scooping up a number of the top awards.

Craig and Kellie Hamilton were the first to be inducted into the Mike Pero Real Estate 'Hall of Fame' and were the 'Supreme Award' winners for the South Island.

They also took out the top awards for client marketing, sales performance (for a franchise team) and had a podium finish for financial performance.

The Mike Pero Real Estate brand has just entered its fourth year and in this time there have been two offices established in the Nelson area.

Mike Pero, Chief Executive, has been thrilled by how the brand has taken off in Nelson and he thinks it will only continue to expand in sales results.

“Craig and his team have done the brand proud. The growth in the Nelson region has been phenomenal.”

The company has grown from strength to strength in this part of the country and an independent survey conducted in July 2014 showed that more than two thirds of those surveyed thought that Mike Pero Real Estate offered the best value for money in the area.

Mike Pero Real Estate has 38 offices across New Zealand. It was established in 2011 and is believed to be the fastest growing real estate company in recent times.

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