RE/MAX SUCCESS CLEANS UP AT NATIONAL AWARDS
Toowoomba’s RE/MAX Success was recognised for a number of achievements throughout 2018 at RE/MAX Australia’s Annual Awards Gala held at The Star, Gold Coast in February.
Taking out a top award, being crowned RE/MAX Australia’s Young Sales Associate of the Year was Daniel Burrett. The award was open to agents who were aged 30 or under by the end of 2018 and who had attained a recognised achievement status within RE/MAX since beginning their career.
Daniel Burrett joined the RE/MAX Success team in February 2010, and provides a pivotal role to the successful Toowoomba business as General Manager.
Proving youth was no barrier to success from the outset, this year he was invited into the network’s Chairman’s Club.
“I’m incredibly proud to receive the honour, and am very thankful to the RE/MAX Success team,” said Mr Burrett, “and the fantastic work ethic and professional support makes this job the best!”
Emma Bowdler was named RE/MAX Australia’s Personal Assistant of the Year, having excelled in her role as Team Manager with the Daniel Burrett Team and as part of RE/MAX Success throughout 2018.
The Melita Bell Team was announced in the top 5 teams in the network for transaction sides; RE/MAX Success was awarded the Number 2 ranking for individual office in 2 categories – gross closed transaction sides and gross settled commission. A great achievement considering the volume of the RE/MAX Australia network.
Special RE/MAX club awards went to Melita Bell (Titan); Justine Dill (Chairman’s); Jacqui Walker (Platinum); Gary Klein, James O’Donohue and Trevor Manteufel (100%); and Broker/Owner Katie Knight was recognised for her 20 years of service with RE/MAX. RE/MAX Success was also a finalist in the Property Management Team of the Year division.
Katie Knight said, “Daniel and I are extremely proud of the hardworking group of both Sales and Property Management professionals who make up our team. They go above and beyond in everything that is set before them and these awards are a testament to the work they’re doing every day.”