The strength of the RE/MAX network in Western Australia was evident in the rollout of the 2023 reiwa.com Awards, which recognise excellence and best practice in the real estate profession.
In a measure of the business owners and their teams’ successes throughout the 2022-23 financial year, 11 agents, two sales teams and three offices featured in 16 award categories.
“The Awards promote the best in the profession and provide an excellent opportunity to showcase what our agents and broker owners have achieved,” said Simon Withers, RE/MAX Business Growth Manager for Western Australia.
RE/MAX Extreme in Currambine found its way into 14 categories, including a placement in Top Medium Office by listings sold and by value. Agents Demo Foufas and Phil Wiltshire placed highly as did the Brett White Sales Team.
Phil Wiltshire was named #1 Master Salesperson with Demo Foufas also making this class.
REIWA also recognises achievement through elite groups from the 5 Million Dollar Club to 31-34 Million Dollar Club.
RE/MAX Extreme agents featuring were Tracy Kriwopischin and Paul Walsh – 6 Million Dollar Club; Pete Costigan and Deidre McTiernan – 7 Million Dollar Club; Shaun Hayes – 10-15 Million Dollar Club; and Nic Sauzier – 26-30 Million Dollar Club.
RE/MAX Southern Stars in Cannington shone in six categories, including having Tom Cleary named in the highest Club award, the 31-34 Million Dollar Club. Tom Cleary and the Mitchell Family Team received recognition in agent and team’s categories.
Both these offices were recognised in the ‘lowest median days on market’ category.
Geoff Baldwin, from RE/MAX Exchange in Hillarys, achieved 8 Million Dollar Club status.
“It’s always incredible to see the work ethic that goes into being a top performer,” Mr Withers said.
“We congratulate these broker owners, teams and individuals who represent the best in the WA real estate profession and set the benchmark for success not just in RE/MAX Australia but in the real estate industry itself.
“RE/MAX Australia is attracting the best through providing the best and having a business model that suits agents and business owners with big ambitions for what they want their business to achieve,” he said, “and the network’s presence, growth, innovation, energy and client success will continue its strength through 2023-24.”
More than 900 real estate professionals celebrated the accomplishments of the state’s top talent on Saturday 26 August at Crown Perth.