National honours for Randburg agents

At a recent ceremony held to honour its top achievers nationally, the Chas Everitt International property group named Randburg agent Lyn Massey-Hicks as its Metro Agent of the Year.
Also honoured were Paul and Roz Everitt, who scooped the national Top Metro Partnership award and the prize for the best origination support by a partnership.
These achievements helped the group’s Randburg office, under the leadership of Dave Pride and Estrilita du Pisani, to lay claim to the awards for the national Top Metro Office of the Year, and best origination support by a metro office.
Miranda Philip, also from this office, was named as the top performing new entrant to the industry in the Gauteng region, while Beverley Raubenheimer was honoured as the best rental agent in the Gauteng region.
Making the awards, group MD Berry Everitt said: “It is most satisfying to celebrate the achievements of the agents that are at the heart of our business and the ever-increasing quality of our service to consumers.
“We are also extremely proud of the way our managers, franchisees and agents remain true to the family values of this group in a highly-competitive industry.”
The national award for Highest Unit Sales went to Clinton Krouse of the East London West franchise, while Anette Rautenbach of the West Rand franchise took honours as the Top Listing Agent of the year.
The national Non-Metro Agent of the Year award was won by Cheryl van Deventer of the Whale Coast franchise and the Top Non-Metro Office prize went to the West Coast franchise.

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