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Century 21 winners for 2017 announced

Monday, 5 March 2018

Century 21 winners for 2017 announced

At its Annual Awards Gala Dinner in Wellington over the weekend Century 21 New Zealand announced its key winners for 2017 with the global real estate company continuing to grow and expand in New Zealand.

“Century 21 has enjoyed another solid year with many of our salespeople and offices across the country doing particularly well as our 2017 awards reflected,” says Geoff Barnett, National Manager of Century 21 New Zealand.

Wellington Central’s Century 21 First Choice Realty took out a number of awards including Top Office of the Year for both GCC (Gross Closed Commission) and Units (the number of properties listed and sold) and Top Auction Office for 2017. The Centurion office, owned by Joe Lupi, also won the Gold Hat Award for achieving the highest value in PR coverage.

Top Sales Person of the Year (GCC) was won by Ryan Mitchell of Century 21 Darrak Realty in Albany.

Roger Webb of Century 21 Premier (Turangi) won Top Sales Person of the Year (Units), while Top Principal of the Year (Units) was won by Christine Stevens of Century 21 Stevens Realty in Mangakino.

Top Principal of the Year (GCC) was won by Tim Kearins of Century 21 Premier (Palmerston North), with Rookie of the Year going to Palmerston North salesperson Andrew Pugh. Century 21 Premier (Palmerston North) also won the award for Highest Growth for 2017 (GCC).

Century 21 Edwards Realty in Botany won Property Management Office of the Year Over 250 (the highest number of new managements by an office with more than 250 managements), while Edwards Realty staff member Judith Solomon won Personal/Sales Assistant of the Year. Century 21 Platinum Tuakau won the Property Management Office of the Year Under 250.

Trisha Rasmussen of Te Awamutu’s Century 21 Gadsby Realty won Administration Team Member of the Year.

Century 21’s Australasian owner Charles Tarbey also attended the awards and announced many masters and centurion winners, which included the company’s leading salespeople in the Turangi, Huntly, Somerville, Meadowlands, Wellington Central, Te Awamutu, Mangakino, Palmerston North and Albany offices being formally recognised.

www.century21.co.nz

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