SA industry member receives Australia Day honours

SA industry member receives Australia Day honours

29 January 2013 by Simon Parker 0 comments

Staff Reporter

Brett Roenfeldt, a prominent freelance auctioneer and industry trainer based in South Australia, has been named in the Australia Day Honour’s list.

“To be recognised, at this level, for contribution to the community, is just incredible and the REISA membership congratulate Brett Roenfeldt for his outstanding achievement,” said Real Estate Institute of SA (REISA) chief executive officer, Greg Troughton.

“Mr Roenfeldt has won both the state and national award for service to the real estate profession and this award just takes it one step forward.”

According to REISA, Mr Roenfeldt has received a range of industry awards, including:

  • 2009 National President’s Award (Real Estate Institute of Australia)
  • 2008 Presidents Sir Robert Torrens Award (REISA)
  • 2005 Inaugural Society of Auctioneers and Appraisers Hall of Fame Winner (in recognition of outstanding service to auction and the real estate profession)

According to REISA, Mr Roenfeldt has worked in nearly every facet of real estate, including sales, property management and real estate marketing.

His contribution extends to other community service including service to Concordia College and the wine industry (where his family runs a small boutique winery, Roenfeldt Wines).

Staff Reporter

Brett Roenfeldt, a prominent freelance auctioneer and industry trainer based in South Australia, has been named in the Australia Day Honour’s list.

“To be recognised, at this level, for contribution to the community, is just incredible and the REISA membership congratulate Brett Roenfeldt for his outstanding achievement,” said Real Estate Institute of SA (REISA) chief executive officer, Greg Troughton.

“Mr Roenfeldt has won both the state and national award for service to the real estate profession and this award just takes it one step forward.”

According to REISA, Mr Roenfeldt has received a range of industry awards, including:

  • 2009 National President’s Award (Real Estate Institute of Australia)
  • 2008 Presidents Sir Robert Torrens Award (REISA)
  • 2005 Inaugural Society of Auctioneers and Appraisers Hall of Fame Winner (in recognition of outstanding service to auction and the real estate profession)

According to REISA, Mr Roenfeldt has worked in nearly every facet of real estate, including sales, property management and real estate marketing.

His contribution extends to other community service including service to Concordia College and the wine industry (where his family runs a small boutique winery, Roenfeldt Wines).

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