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REINSW recognises estate excellence

15 October 2009 Reporter

Some of NSW's leading real estate agencies have been recognised at the Real Estate Institute of NSW's Awards for Excellence, held over the weekend.

REINSW president Steve Martin said the level of talent in the real estate industry was second to none, with the finalists and eventual winners reflecting the highest quality of service and professional commitment.

The winners included:

Commercial Agency – Large

CB Richard Ellis

Commercial Agency – Small

Norwest Commercial & Industrial Real Estate

Commercial Property Management

Peter Apostolakos – CB Richard Ellis

Commercial Sales & Leasing

Derek Zillman – m2 Office Leasing


LJ Hooker

Corporate Support

Gai Mason – McGrath Residential

Delivery of Electronic Property Data

Colliers International (NSW) Pty Ltd

Holiday & Short Term Rentals

K D Winning Real Estate Pty Ltd


Colliers International (NSW) Pty Ltd

John Greig OAM Community Service

Sarah Lorden – Sarah Lorden Real Estate

Project Marketing

Kymbal Dunne – m2 Office Leasing

Residential Agency – Large

Morton & Morton

Residential Agency – Medium

Callagher Estate Agents

Residential Agency – Small

Wilson Property Agents

Residential Property Management

Michelle Galletti – Just Rent Sydney

Residential Sales

Nick Broadhurst – Knight Frank

Rural Marketing

Philip Rourke – Landmark Operations Ltd


Mark Skeed – Cushman & Wakefield

Young Agents - Residential Property Management Achievement

Michelle Heffernan – Fitzpatricks Real Estate

Auction Marketing

D'Leanne Lewis – Laing+Simmons Double Bay


David Gray – Ray White Randwick

Buyers' Agent

Jacque Parker – House Search Australia

Young Agents - Residential Sales Achievement

Adrian Wilson – Wilson Property Agents


REINSW recognises estate excellence
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