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RE/MAX Lifestyle Estates comes out on top

On 25 April RE/MAX Lifestyle Estates walked away with top honours in the real estate agent category of the PMR.africa Cape West Coast Region Leaders and Achievers Awards, held at the Protea Hotel in Saldanha.

The awards are based on the results of the annual survey conducted by PMR.africa on the Cape West Coast region. The purpose of the survey is to profile the Cape West Coast region as a growth point and potential investment area for both foreign and local developers as well as investors. The survey also aims to measure companies, institutions, government entities and individuals on their contribution to the economic growth and development of the region, levels of management expertise, implementation of corporate governance, levels of innovation, competencies and brand awareness. The ratings and outcome of these measurements are based on the perceptions of a random regional sample of 70 respondents comprising CEOs, MDs, business owners, company directors, managers and senior local government officials based in the Cape West Coast region.
 
According to the survey, RE/MAX Lifestyle Estates was the clear winner in the real estate agent category, achieving a Gold Award. “It is great to be acknowledged by other business professionals as the top performing real estate brand in the Cape West Coast region,” says Domonick Lodewick, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Lifestyle Estates, whose office is situated in and services the Langebaan area. “The success of RE/MAX Lifestyle Estates is largely due to the remarkable dedication and drive of the agents and staff that work within our office. Regardless of the challenges or trading conditions we find ourselves in, the goal is to continually provide a world-class service to our clients.”
 
Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, says: “There is a reason that nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX - passion and commitment. We aim to work with the top real estate professionals that are passionate about the property industry and committed to providing unparalleled service. It is this formula that led to RE/MAX of Southern Africa winning the International Region of the Year 2012 at the group’s international Las Vegas convention in March this year.” 
 
According to Lodewick, RE/MAX Lifestyle Estates will continue to add value to the Cape West Coast Region. “It is important for us to keep moving forward and improving where we can so that we continue to make a positive contribution to our community. Purchasing a property is very often the largest financial investment most consumers will ever make, so it is vital that they have the assurance that they are dealing with reliable and reputable real estate professionals,” Lodewick concludes.


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