Landlord insurance company backs industry awards

Landlord insurance company backs industry awards

10 April 2014 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Leading landlord insurance specialist Terri Scheer Insurance has been revealed as one of the major sponsors for the Real Estate Business Awards for the second year running.

Speaking with Real Estate Business, executive manager Carolyn Parrella said Terri Scheer got behind the initiative because it’s the only awards program open to every professional and real estate group across the industry.

“We are proud to support the Real Estate Business Awards, which are the premier benchmark of quality and recognition in the Australian real estate industry,” she said.

Following the success of last year’s inaugural awards, Ms Parrella said she hopes to see this year’s entrants push the bar even higher.

“We are constantly inspired by the passion property managers display for their work and their desire to be the best professionals possible.

“These awards not only recognise excellence in property management, but allow Terri Scheer Insurance to give back to an industry we are proud to be a part of,” said Ms Parrella

The Real Estate Business Awards 2014 will be held in Sydney in July. For more information, click here.

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