Pictured on left Mundys' Senior Partner Philip Barnatt receiving the award for the Best Estate Agency in Lincolnshire from Maryam Nemazee, political, business and economic news presenter; and Helen Shield, Chairman of Judges for the International Property Awards.
Estate agency Mundys has been judged the Best Estate Agency in Lincolnshire for the third year in a row at the prestigious UK Property Awards in association with Bloomberg Television.
Mundys was presented with five stars at a high-profile event at the Lancaster London Hotel on Saturday 27th November.
The fact that Mundys has won one of these coveted awards is proof that Lincolnshire is capable of triumphing within the highly competitive UK property arena.
The awards are open to every estate agent in the UK and Mundys was one of only a select few to be awarded five stars and therefore rejudged to find the ultimate world’s best.
“We are so pleased to win this award, especially as it has completed our hattrick having also been voted best in Lincolnshire in 2008 and 2009,” said Senior Partner Philip Barnatt.
“Agents are judged on their professional qualifications and training, quality of customer service, innovation and creative approach, all of which we take great pride in, and I am sure this greatly helps our customers get the very best out of their move.
“I would like to say a big thank you to my colleagues at Mundys who have worked incredibly hard during what has been a difficult time for the UK property market. They have risen to the challenge and it’s a credit to them that we have still managed to triumph in what is a very tough competition.”
Stuart Shield, chairman of the International Property Awards, said: “Now approaching its 17th year, this is the world’s most prestigious competition with the prime aim of distinguishing the best real estate professionals across the globe in residential and commercial categories.
“In our quest to find the most outstanding projects and property professionals from around the world we were fascinated to discover that the total value of the award-winning projects was over $100 billion.
“This helps to contrast with the bear market approach to the property market in general. There are some incredibly strong roots being established for the future growth and generation of properties that are more attractive to look at, safer, kinder to the environment, smarter and able to deliver a better quality of life for those who live and work in them.”
The International Property Awards cover both residential and commercial categories. Top scoring entries from all the different regions (Arabia, the UK, Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe and Africa) are re-judged to find the ultimate World’s Best in each category.