Applegate scoops up gold and silver in national awards

Applegate scoops up gold and silver in national awards

2nd Nov, 2017

For the past three years Applegate Properties has been shortlisted for a Negotiator Award, and this year has been our best effort yet!

Back in September, it was revealed that we were shortlisted in not one, not two, but THREE categories – Yorkshire and the Humber Agency of the Year, Small Lettings Agency of the Year and Small Estate Agency of the Year. Each of these celebrate agencies with 1-3 branches that really stand out within their town, and it was a fantastic feeling to be have been selected.

The awards have become well known as the most prestigious and popular estate agency accolades in residential property, as they aim to acknowledge the ‘best of the best’ within the industry – just making the shortlist was a massive achievement in itself.

So, on the 31st October, our managing director Amy Wray, sales advisor Chloe Byrne and lettings advisor Laura-Anne took a road trip down to London to attend the ceremony, at The Hilton Hotel on Park Lane. We were greeted with a champagne reception, which was followed by a delicious 3-course dinner. The evening proved to be a sparkling success with lots of laughter provided by the host Jimmy Carr, and it was very humbling for us to be amongst so many other high achieving agencies. The evening just got better and better as the winners for each category were revealed.

Last year, Applegate managed to bag silver for the Yorkshire and Humber Agency of the year category, but this year we have got the ultimate accolade – by scooping up gold! To top it off we were also awarded silver in the Small Lettings Agency of the Year – we couldn’t believe it!

With our previous success of a bronze award in 2014 and 2015 and then silver in 2016 for this same category, we are absolutely thrilled to have been awarded gold this year – it just shows all the team’s hard work has paid off, and it’s amazing for our efforts to be recognised with this prestigious win! 

View all posts by Laura Simpson

Share this