Monday, March 26, 2007

SA ŒScoops the Pool¹ at 2007 National Real Estate Awards

Once again South Australia has proven that while we are often referred to as
the Œinferior¹ state by our eastern counterparts, we are most definitely
leading the way in national Real Estate practice.

Last Thursday evening the Real Estate Institute of Australia held the 2007
National Awards for Excellence in Sydney. With 14 awards up for grabs, we
South Australians hoped to be able to claim one or two of these prestigious
titles to bring home. To our complete shock and sheer excitement throughout
the evening we were presented with a total of seven awards! Our two tables
of representatives (out of the 42 in the room), managed to make South
Australia¹s presence known on the night claiming half of these titles. What
a fantastic result and show of both strength and professionalism for real
estate practitioners in this state.

We at Toop&Toop are still reeling from the experience. Having brought home
the title last year for Innovation, we headed over to Sydney keeping our
fingers crossed that we might make it two in a row but not holding our
breath. Our night started out firing with the first category, Innovation,
being awarded to Toop&Toop. Back to Back National Awards - we were ecstatic!
From here we thought the night couldn¹t improveŠbut it certainly did. We
were also awarded Large Residential Agency of the Year for our Norwood
office and without a doubt, the stand out highlight of the night was our
very own Peter Veitch picking up the National Residential Sales Person of
the Year title. Congratulations Peter we couldn¹t be more proud of you.

When it comes to Real Estate, South Australia has proven that we have the
leading edge against all the other states. So if you¹d like an appraisal or
some advise on selling your residential property from one of SA¹s award
winning real estate companies, call us here at Toop&Toop, we¹d love to help.

Anthony Toop, Managing Director

www.toop.com.au <http://www.toop.com.au>


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