Century 21 New Zealand awards high-flying franchisees

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Century 21’s New Zealand network has dished out prizes for franchisees who have performed well in the first quarter of 2020.

Despite the ongoing effects of the coronavirus lockdown, Century 21’s New Zealand franchise units have celebrated positive performance levels. The estate agent and property franchise has awarded prizes to some of the most impressive recruits, including one of its newest franchisees.

Derryn Mayne, Owner of Century 21 New Zealand, said:

“Century 21 Local Realty in Papakura had a great start to 2020 after franchise owners Gary Bal and Iresh Tennakoon only opened their doors late last year. Their team exudes incredible energy and professionalism. Despite the lockdown, they’ve remained very active with their buyer and seller relationships and their digital marketing.”

The unit was the Top Office for the Quarter, both in terms of Gross Closed Commission and the number of properties listed and sold. What’s more, its employee Kevin Ratnayake won the award for Top Salesperson for the Quarter in the same categories.

Century 21 dished out a range of different awards celebrating various aspects of the business. Gold awards were given to those who had achieved high sales figures: Ian Pepper from Huntly, Gary Matthews from Manurewa, Barney Cornaga from Albany and Christine Stevens from Mangakino.

Other awards included Property Manager of the Quarter and Property Management Office for the Quarter (in units with over and under 250 managements). The Quality Service, Administration Team Member of the Quarter and Personal/Sales Assistant of the Quarter awards were also up for grabs.

Thanks to its positive performance, Mayne is hopeful about the future of New Zealand’s Century 21 network:

“Our Century 21 franchises throughout New Zealand are well placed to weather the inevitable headwinds, helped by many of our offices having very strong property management portfolios. We went into lockdown with all the real estate fundamentals looking up and housing stock in clear demand. The industry will rise again.”

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