Agent awarded top honour

Agent awarded top honour

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Matthew Sullivan

A Harcourts agent has been awarded the highest honour for his contribution and dedication to the company and the real estate industry.

Harcourts Inner West Brisbane business owner and principal Stephen Dangerfield has joined the ranks of a select few after being inducted to the groups prestigious Hall of Fame.

Speaking at the induction ceremony, Harcourts’ head of real estate operations for Australasia, Bryan Thomson, described Mr Dangerfield as a humble man who will stop at nothing to satisfy the needs of his clients.

“He is a deeply passionate leader, who operates with the utmost integrity and always puts people first,” Mr Thomson said.

“Given this, Mr Dangerfield is fully committed to the philosophy of ‘clients for life through the finest service’, and treats every past, present and potential client with great respect, by providing honest, top quality service and advice.”

Mr Dangerfield was one of the first four Harcourts business owners in Australia, opening his office in 1997, and now manages a team of 30 staff, spreading across two offices.

 

Matthew Sullivan

A Harcourts agent has been awarded the highest honour for his contribution and dedication to the company and the real estate industry.

Harcourts Inner West Brisbane business owner and principal Stephen Dangerfield has joined the ranks of a select few after being inducted to the groups prestigious Hall of Fame.

Speaking at the induction ceremony, Harcourts’ head of real estate operations for Australasia, Bryan Thomson, described Mr Dangerfield as a humble man who will stop at nothing to satisfy the needs of his clients.

“He is a deeply passionate leader, who operates with the utmost integrity and always puts people first,” Mr Thomson said.

“Given this, Mr Dangerfield is fully committed to the philosophy of ‘clients for life through the finest service’, and treats every past, present and potential client with great respect, by providing honest, top quality service and advice.”

Mr Dangerfield was one of the first four Harcourts business owners in Australia, opening his office in 1997, and now manages a team of 30 staff, spreading across two offices.

 

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