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Aida honours top agent

Pretoria estate agent Ewa Schutt has been named by the Aida group as its top agent for the year – and received a string of other accolades at the group’s recent awards ceremony.
 
Schutt’s other awards include national top non-residential agent, and she was placed first in the categories national top agent for commission earned as well as commission earned in a metropolitan area.
 
Several other agents at the Pretoria office also walked away with awards, helping the agency to scoop up the national top agency award.
 
Sarette Genis and Betsie Summerfield took national top spot for a team working in a metro area, with colleagues Vernon and Dianne Geere in second place.
 
Maggie Smith was named as the group’s top rookie agent in a metro area and placed second nationally for commission earned by a rookie. Anza Visser was placed in the top three for units sold by a rookie agent in a metro area.
 
And Zenta Botes and Hannes van Niekerk were among the top four for units sold in a metropolitan area.
 
The awards were presented by Aida National Franchises’ CEO, Young Carr, who said Aida agents performed exceptionally well during a most difficult period in the real estate industry.
  
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