Harcourts WA honour top performers

Harcourts WA honour top performers

26 April 2012 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Staff Reporter

Harcourts Western Australia has honoured the group’s top performers at its Quarterly Awards ceremony, held earlier this month.

Stuart Cox, chief executive officer of Harcourts WA, acknowledged that even in uncertain times the team continues to perform and produce high-level results.

“It is no secret that the property market in Western Australia has presented some challenges; however, our team has continued to perform at the top of their game,” he said.

“I am inspired by our fantastic sales consultants, property managers and offices. Their achievements are a testament to the amount of hard work and dedication that they put in on a daily basis.”

The ceremony, held at the Burswood on Swan, celebrated the major achievements of the group over the January to March 2012 quarter.

Achievement awards were given to a number of new and existing sales consultants and offices from all areas of WA.

Ten top sales consultants were awarded for their outstanding achievements: Lee Perry and Ben Hatch of Harcourts Mandurah; Joel Winkley of Harcourts Geraldton; Clare Seamer of Harcourts Mandurah; Brad Kind, Jock Drummond and Steve Wright of Landmark Harcourts East Perth; Wayne Bown and Creagh Ferdinands of Harcourts Alliance Joondalup; and Craig Edwards of Harcourts Busselton.

The Harcourts Alliance Joondalup and Harcourts Mandurah sales offices were also presented with Platinum Achievement Awards in recognition of their exceptional efforts throughout the quarter.

Staff Reporter

Harcourts Western Australia has honoured the group’s top performers at its Quarterly Awards ceremony, held earlier this month.

Stuart Cox, chief executive officer of Harcourts WA, acknowledged that even in uncertain times the team continues to perform and produce high-level results.

“It is no secret that the property market in Western Australia has presented some challenges; however, our team has continued to perform at the top of their game,” he said.

“I am inspired by our fantastic sales consultants, property managers and offices. Their achievements are a testament to the amount of hard work and dedication that they put in on a daily basis.”

The ceremony, held at the Burswood on Swan, celebrated the major achievements of the group over the January to March 2012 quarter.

Achievement awards were given to a number of new and existing sales consultants and offices from all areas of WA.

Ten top sales consultants were awarded for their outstanding achievements: Lee Perry and Ben Hatch of Harcourts Mandurah; Joel Winkley of Harcourts Geraldton; Clare Seamer of Harcourts Mandurah; Brad Kind, Jock Drummond and Steve Wright of Landmark Harcourts East Perth; Wayne Bown and Creagh Ferdinands of Harcourts Alliance Joondalup; and Craig Edwards of Harcourts Busselton.

The Harcourts Alliance Joondalup and Harcourts Mandurah sales offices were also presented with Platinum Achievement Awards in recognition of their exceptional efforts throughout the quarter.

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