This is the tenth year that the Nedbank Property Professional of the Year Awards has acknowledged and rewarded the values of performance and leadership that are so critical to the continued success of the South African real estate industry.


Says Adrian Goslett, Assistant Regional Director of RE/MAX of Southern Africa: “As an event in the local real estate calendar that is seen to set the benchmark in terms of quality of agents, their professionalism and service levels, RE/MAX congratulates Joel Harris and Michael Mosselson of Firzt Realty, on being crowned as this year’s Nedbank Property Professionals of the Year.”


Goslett says that receiving recognition such as this among tough competition and in these challenging economic times is no small feat, and urges all involved in the South African real estate industry to strive for the professionalism and initiative as demonstrated by Harris and Mosselson.


RE/MAX had two candidates in the running for the coveted title this year: Lance Heroldt and Werner Eksteen, who were pitted against 14 other top performing estate agents, of which eight were partnerships.


After running his own businesses from 1996 to 2002, Heroldt was recruited into real estate, where he has been involved for the last seven years. He endeavours to offer his clients a service based on honesty, integrity and good old-fashioned hard work.


Eksteen has a passion to share his knowledge and experience as a successful real estate professional and investor and has attended more than ten paid seminars to improve his knowledge and skills throughout the last year.


“It is an honour to have professionals such as Lance and Werner as a part of the RE/MAX family, and we congratulate them on their achievements and wish them every success for the bright future in real estate they are sure to have,” Goslett concludes.







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