Agent recognised for $5.75m sale

Agent recognised for $5.75m sale

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Harcourts has acknowledged estate agent Janet Goldspink for selling a $5.75 million property in the Western Australian suburb of Bunbury.

Ms Goldspink's sales achievement was recognised at Harcourt's quarterly awards ceremony, where she also recieved four different awards, including first place in the Top Sales Consultant category for September and a Gold Achievement Award.

Achievement awards were also given to a number of new and existing sales consultants and offices from all areas of the state. These included Brian Devereux of Harcourts Gateway, John Da Luz of Harcourts Fremantle, Murray Bright of Harcourts Prestige Bullcreek, Creagh Ferdinands of Harcourts Alliance Joondalup, and Eric Hartanto of Harcourts Applecross

In addition, Harcourts Alliance Joondalup and Harcourts Integrity were awarded with the coveted Platinum Achievement Award, representing the highest accolade for real estate sales within Harcourts.

“It gives me great pleasure to be able to reward all of the high performers with the recognition they deserve for their achievements,” Harcourts WA chief executive officer Andrew Moore said.

Staff Reporter

Harcourts has acknowledged estate agent Janet Goldspink for selling a $5.75 million property in the Western Australian suburb of Bunbury.

Ms Goldspink's sales achievement was recognised at Harcourt's quarterly awards ceremony, where she also recieved four different awards, including first place in the Top Sales Consultant category for September and a Gold Achievement Award.

Achievement awards were also given to a number of new and existing sales consultants and offices from all areas of the state. These included Brian Devereux of Harcourts Gateway, John Da Luz of Harcourts Fremantle, Murray Bright of Harcourts Prestige Bullcreek, Creagh Ferdinands of Harcourts Alliance Joondalup, and Eric Hartanto of Harcourts Applecross

In addition, Harcourts Alliance Joondalup and Harcourts Integrity were awarded with the coveted Platinum Achievement Award, representing the highest accolade for real estate sales within Harcourts.

“It gives me great pleasure to be able to reward all of the high performers with the recognition they deserve for their achievements,” Harcourts WA chief executive officer Andrew Moore said.

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