Elders Warwick principal Andrew Williams with employees Dan McGaw, George McVeigh and Clare Pavy.
Elders Warwick principal Andrew Williams with employees Dan McGaw, George McVeigh and Clare Pavy. Georja Ryan

Real estate team is best in Australia

ELDERS Real Estate has been dubbed the number one real estate operator in Australia, and the team at Warwick is no exception.

Principal Andrew Williams said he was thrilled to see the company's name up in lights.

"It's always great to get the recognition and it's encouraging to be recognised for the hard work," Mr Williams said.

But it hasn't all been smooth sailing.

"It's been a tough 12 months and the market has certainly slowed," Mr Williams said.

"But, with a professional and systemised approach, we've seen good results."

Elders head of real estate Brendan Whipps accepted the award and said it was a reflection of Elders' significant investment in its company and franchise-owned offices over the past year.

"Development of our people through ongoing professional development and mentoring programs has been a particular focus and has seen us deliver more than 500 training days across the country," Mr Whipps said.

"The Elders brand is a known entity which leads to trust and integrity built over 174 years."

The award was based on the Real Estate Business magazine's top 20 rankings of real estates across Australia.



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