Countrywide Land & New Homes Wins Best New Homes Agency for a Second Year

Land & New Homes

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Countrywide Land & New Homes has been awarded Best New Homes Agency for a second year in a row at the Estate Agency of the Year Awards, sponsored by the Sunday Times.

The Awards are the longest running and most highly regarded awards event in the estate agency industry, and widely recognised as the industry’s Oscars.

James Poynor, Managing Director of Countrywide Land & New Homes said:

“Countrywide Land & New Homes is absolutely thrilled to win Best New Homes Agency for the second year running. To win Gold once again is a clear recognition of our drive to invest in our business and the wider new homes market, as well as the skill and professionalism of our people.

“This year, we have successfully harnessed our 1,300 estate agency branches to sell over 4,000 units, tailored our Group services to provide a unique end-to-end new homes offering, delivered ground breaking new homes industry events and provided even more profitable land opportunities – all for the direct benefit of our developer clients. We look forward to carrying this momentum into 2014.”

The Judges Report outlined why Countywide Land & New Homes was awarded Gold once again:

“Countrywide has demonstrated once again why it is a strong contender in this category with transparent and proven examples of industry best practise across the board. With almost exclusive recruitment from the housebuilder industry, this is an approach that pays off from the outset as both commercial and residential clients feel they are dealing with an experienced and knowledgeable team.

“Countrywide has embraced initiatives such as Part Exchange Solutions, asset management and shared ownership properties as well as implementing its own innovative ideas, with a full search to sale proposition”.


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