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Pretoria scoops top Aida awards

Aida National Franchises’ Pretoria office has once again won the property group’s top award – while three of its agents scooped the top accolades as the best-performing agents in the group countrywide.
 
The office has been named as Aida’s top overall performing franchise, pipping Aida Goldfields Welkom and Aida North East Executive to the post.
 
On top of that the office and its agents managed to add 14 additional awards to their haul at the recent annual Aida awards ceremony. Pretoria won the award for the top non-residential office; top spot as the metropolitan office that earned the most commission as well as most units sold; as well as top national office overall in both categories.
 
Pretoria agents achieved the singular honour of taking five of the top six spots in the categories top agent for commission earned and top agent for units sold. Ina Adams was placed first countrywide in the category commission earned with colleague Wynand Richter earning third spot.
 
In the category top agent for units sold, Pretoria agents swept the boards, taking the three top spots, with Quentin Meyer in first place, Jackie Meyer in second and Wessel Wessels in third place. Then the three agents were called to the podium a second time  - in the same order - to receive the awards for top agent overall.
 
Ewa Schutt joined her colleagues in the limelight when she took second spot in the category top agent for non-residential sales.
 
Aida CEO Young Carr, who presented the awards, congratulated the agents for their sterling performance in what he described as an exceptionally tough year in the industry. “They have shown true grit and determination in challenging circumstances – and we are very proud of the achievements of our Pretoria franchise as a whole,” he said.
 
Issued by Aida National Franchises


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