Landmark Harcourts Esperance branchreal estate agent, Paul Thomason, has taken out the top sales achievement award for gross profit contribution at the Landmark Harcourts annual awards ceremony.
The award was given to Mr Thomason for obtaining the highest amount of sales for a Landmark branch in Western Australia.
Landmark Harcourts director and licencee for WA,Rob Chittick, said Mr Thomason’s award was well deserved.
“It was an outstanding effort by Paul who continues his great work from previous years with consistent performances in the top three sales awards year in year out,” Mr Chittick said.
Mr Thomason said teamwork had provento be a successful formula.
“It was really pleasing the outcome of working together as a team was represented in receiving the award,” he said.
The branch took out first place for the 2015/16 financial year and placed number four nationally for LandmarkHarcourts.
“The Landmark brand is a really strong brand and it’s something that anyone who is considering to sell rural, commercial, lifestyle and residential real estate can confidently give some serious consideration to,” Mr Thomason said.
“Amongst the Landmark network the opportunity to work as a team has proven to be a really successful formula.
“It was really pleasing the outcome of working together as a team was represented in receiving the award.”
Annual sales conference and awardsThe prize was awarded at the Joondalup Country Club Resort during Landmark Harcourt’s annual sales conference and awards night.
“During the day we had several high profile speakers such as Rachel Gatiss from RP Data who went through a number of fucntions of their online database,” Mr Thomason said.
“Landmark western region regional director Mark Trewin he gave an update on Landmark’s WA region and National business performance.
“We had Rob Delane, the special advisor for agribusiness expansion from the Department of State Development WA.
“He gave an update of WA land and agriculture development in the future and discussed foreign and international purchase of agricultural land.”
Michael Swift – principal of Allion Legal – also gave the conference an update on the foreign investment review board and spoke about legislative changes for the bushfire assessment legislation and tax changes to foreign purchases and sales of land in Australia.
That night the grouphad a dinner and several sales achievement awards were presented.
Paul Thomason ended up taking out the top sales achievement award for gross profit contribution.
“It was an outstanding effort by Paul who continues his great work from previous years with consistent performances in the top three sales awards year in year out,” Director and licencee of Landmark HarcourtsWARob Chitticksaid.
Second place was Neville Tutt from Albany branch.
Third was Jock Drummond from Geraldton
Top Gross profit contribution for Lifestyle and Residential was Adam Shields, based at Gingin.
Sales achievement award was taken out by Simon Cheetham based at the Merriden branch.
“Another very hard-working year for the company recording over 39 sales,” Mr Chittick said.
“It was a great night and a lot of fun had by all and a great opportunity to get the team together.”
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