Greene & Co. celebrate after property Oscars win

ESTAS

 

Greene & Co. is honoured to have been awarded two Gold awards in the London North and South categories at the annual property Oscars, held last Friday (12 May).

The Maida Vale branch has won Gold in the Best Estate Agents award for the London West category and the West Hampstead branch has won Best Lettings Agents 2017 (rated by Landlords) in the London North category.

Greene & Co. is part of Countrywide – which collectively helped more people to buy, sell and let homes than any other agent in the UK last year. Nominated for a record 91 ESTAS awards this year, Countrywide was awarded top accolades in both the estate agency and lettings categories (Best Large Estate Agency Group and Best Large Letting Agents Group, respectively).

Commenting on Greene & Co.’s success at this year’s ESTAS, Sam Tyrer, Managing Director of Sales and Lettings at Countrywide, said: “I am thrilled at Greene & Co.’s victory at this year’s ESTAS and even more delighted for the team, as this award is a great tribute to all of their hard work on behalf of our customers.

“We put our customers at the heart of what we do and this award recognises that our colleagues live up to our exceptionally high standards of customer service. What makes the award all the more special is that the ESTAS are decided on thousands of votes cast by customers around the UK, which is a proud achievement.

“My heartfelt congratulations and thanks to each of the winning teams at Greene & Co.” In its 14 year, the ESTAS is an independent national award scheme dedicated to recognising exceptional estate and letting agents across the country. The winners are decided purely on the basis of customer feedback. This year over 34,000 people participated in the ESTAS research, one of the largest and most rigorous surveys in the property industry – a measure of just how personal and important buying, selling and letting a home is for people; and how important estate and letting agents are to helping customers achieve their goals.

The Property Ombudsman