Adrian Goslett recognised as a leader in South African real estate


The tenth annual Nedbank Property Professional of the Year awards acknowledges and rewards a number of real estate players for their commitment to bettering the industry and their achievements.


Adrian Goslett, Assistant Regional Director of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, was pronounced as one of this year’s Young Lions, an award that recognises the leaders of the future.


Goslett joined RE/MAX in 2005 as a franchise consultant supporting various regions and offices. Throughout his career at RE/MAX, he has held various positions including senior franchise consultant and operations director. Goslett was appointed as Assistant Regional Director last year.


Goslett has numerous qualifications to his credit, along with eight years of experience - both local and international - in the IT field with companies such as the Bank of New York in Europe, Lloyds TSB in London as well as a national South African IT company.


Speaking of his achievement at this weekend’s Nedbank Property Professional of the Year Awards, Goslett says: “I owe this and any success that may come my way to the staff at our head office and the many quality RE/MAX Broker/Owners from whom I have learnt more than I will ever learn in any textbook.”


The Young Lions Award recognises that Goslett’s performance and drive show leadership qualities required to serve and guide the industry into a future of success, along with new thinking and the ability to influence ideas and attitudes.


Peter Gilmour, RE/MAX Senior Vice President International Franchise Sales and Brokerage, says: “RE/MAX has a strong ethos of professionalism and service delivery, with our quality assurance program established to ensure that our standards of service are the highest in the real estate industry today. Receiving recognition that Adrian is a true leader in the field is affirmation that RE/MAX has the skill set and people with determination to drive the future success of the business.”

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