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Di Jones real estate recognises high achievers

  • Written by Helen Hull


Di Jones celebrated its outstanding performers on Saturday (24 February 2018) evening at the Di Jones Real Estate Annual Awards.

                             

The black-tie Gala Dinner saw team members across five offices come together to recognise their achievements in 11 categories including Best New Talent, Excellence in the Community and Salesperson of the Year 2017.

 

Di Jones Real Estate CEO Rob Ward said the agency has experienced considerable growth and change over the last 12 months, when the agency hosted its first Annual Awards.

 

“2017 was a landmark year for the brand and we continue to see strong results. The awards are a great way to bring the teams together from Eastern Suburbs, North Shore, Northern Districts, Inner West and Southern Highlands and celebrate what it is to be a successful real estate professional,” Mr Ward said.

 

All Annual Award recipients will attend the Di Jones Elite Performers Getaway at the Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa. The program will include guest speakers and mentoring, as well as personal development exercises, to further enhance their professional growth.

 

The Di Jones Real Estate Annual Awards were held at Water at Pier One, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay on Saturday, 24 February 2017.

ANNUAL AWARDS WINNERS

 

Salesperson of the Year 2017 – Commission
Tim Fraser


Salesperson of the Year 2017 – Transactions

Amy Kaslar


Top Auction Lister 2017

Jane Schumann


Best New Talent 2017

Jeremy Brink


Di Jones Award for Excellence 2017
Lily Baylis


Excellence in Service & Support 2017

Peter Chodyra


Excellence in the Community 2017 
Sponsored by Domain

Heath Dockary


Investment Management Portfolio of the Year 2017 
Sponsored by Direct Connect

Anthony Lentini


Investment Management Team Member of the Year 2017
Olivia Cheung


Top Area Specialist 2017
Sponsored by Corelogic
Rob Matheson

Top Finance Referrer 2017

Bronwen Lipscombe

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