RE/MAX Masters flies South African colours high

Following on from a successful 2011, Glenn Norton of RE/MAX Masters was awarded the International Broker/Owner of the Year for 2012 for a multi-office situated in a metro area. The award was presented at the end of February at the RE/MAX International convention, which took place in Las Vegas.

Over the last five years, RE/MAX Masters has ranked in the top two multi-offices in South Africa and during 2012 they recorded the highest number of property sales transactions for an International brokerage in the entire RE/MAX network. Considering the fact that RE/MAX is now represented in over 90 countries with more than 6 000 offices and a worldwide referral network of 90 000 agents across the globe, clinching this award is truly a remarkable achievement for the South African brokerage.

Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, says: “Glenn Norton’s passion and commitment to the RE/MAX brand is always evident. He has also trained, mentored and guided many of the agents that work within his brokerage to achieve outstanding results. It is due the calibre of real estate professionals such as Glenn and others within the RE/MAX family, that RE/MAX of Southern Africa was able to win the International Region of the Year 2012.”

Talking about his success, Norton says: “Although market conditions have been tough, the estate agents and staff at RE/MAX Masters have stepped up to the challenge and performed at an incredible level. My success as a business owner and the success of the RE/MAX Masters office can largely be attributed to the determination and more importantly, the dedication of those who work for the RE/MAX brand and in my offices particularly. Their ongoing effort to perform at an optimum level at all times has meant that we have been able to succeed where many others have not.”

Other awards that were presented to the RE/MAX Masters contingent at Las Vegas went to Zelda Caddie and Lance Heroldt, who were awarded as the International Team of the Year 2012.

“It is great for South African consumers to know that they are dealing with some of the best real estate professionals in the world, especially considering that we assist them with what could possibly be their biggest financial investment.” Goslett concludes.

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