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Agency 'over the moon' about another year as award finalist

OVER THE MOON: Yeppoon Real Estate’s Claudia and Esme Coren (daughter and mother) enjoy the atmosphere at the Australasian Real Estate Results Awards.
OVER THE MOON: Yeppoon Real Estate’s Claudia and Esme Coren (daughter and mother) enjoy the atmosphere at the Australasian Real Estate Results Awards. Contributed

A BLACK tie night at an Australasian real estate awards event in Melbourne nearly ended in gold for Yeppoon Real Estate.

Managers and other staff from the Capricorn Coast agency recently arrived back from Melbourne as finalists for three awards in the annual Australasian Real Estate Results

Awards.

The black tie event was held at the Melbourne National Art Gallery.

It was attended by agencies from Australia and New Zealand.

The team at Yeppoon Real Estate were "over the moon" to be finalists in three categories for this year's awards.

Those categories included regional boutique agency of the year, rising star agency of the year and service excellence agency of the year.

Principal Esme Coren said each day the agency worked really hard on behalf of its clients to ensure selling, buying and leasing real estate was a smooth process.

"It is such a privilege to receive recognition on an industry level," she said.

"The calibre of the nominated agencies across Australia and New Zealand was mind-blowing and we feel very honoured that our agency was classified amongst these talented agents.

"We invite you to talk to one of our team at Yeppoon Real Estate regarding selling, buying or leasing... please call into the office at 21 Hill St, Yeppoon, or phone 4938 3777."

The agency has been nominated as finalists for several awards in the past.

Topics:  award real estate



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