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National honours for Pretoria agents

Pretoria North estate agent Jackie Meyer has just been named by the national Aida real estate group as its Agent of the Year.



Pretoria North estate agent Jackie Meyer is the Aida Agent of the Year. Her award was presented by Neville McIntyre, chairman of Aida’s parent company Jigsaw Holdings, at the group’s recent national awards ceremony.

And hers was just one of the many honours claimed by the group’s Pretoria franchise at its recent national awards ceremony.

The Pretoria East office, for example, took home the trophy for the Top Office overall, having first won the annual awards for the Top Metro Office and the Top Office (Commission).

Pretoria East agent SanetteGenis was also honoured as the highest earning agent of the year, while Pretoria North agent David Mmantji was named as the agent having sold the highest number of homes, helping to boost his office into its position as the Top Urban Office and Top Office (Units).

And Mariana Louw, also from Pretoria North, claimed the Rookie Agent of the Year title while EwaSchütt of Aida Pretoria Commercial rounded off a highly successful evening for the franchise by winning the Non-Residential Agent of the Year award.

The awards were presented by Neville McIntyre, chairman of Aida’s parent company Jigsaw Holdings, who said they were being made in recognition of the winners’ clear dedication to success through excellence, even in the face of an unpredictable political outlook, an economy hampered by low productivity and rapidly rising household expenses that are putting a severe damper on affordability.

“The success of these agents and offices shows once again that Aida is a great family of winners – people with imagination, courage, tenacity, resourcefulness and responsibility,” he said.


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