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Belfast Telegraph Property Awards 2018

Posted on Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Success for Simon Brien Residential at the Belfast Telegraph Property Awards

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The successes of a superb year in the property industry were celebrated on November 16th, at the annual Belfast Telegraph Property Awards in partnership with Electric Ireland.

Simon Brien Residential won the award for Best Property Deal of the Year, sponsored by Wilson Nesbitt.

We also won Best Property Management Company, sponsored by Keystone Law

In addition, We were ‘ Highly Commended’ in the Best Multi Branch Residential Agent.

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Outstanding achievement was toasted at a fantastic awards ceremony in Belfast's Crowne Plaza Hotel.

Gail Walker, Editor of the Belfast Telegraph, said: "The event was a wonderful celebration of the property sector in Northern Ireland which can certainly look to the future with confidence.
"It's great to showcase and recognise so much creativity, entrepreneurship, enthusiasm and innovation across Northern Ireland.
"There was a real energy in the room today and I think that reflects the market in general."

Electric Ireland, who sponsored this years event, congratulated all the winners and those who were nominated and shortlisted.

Clare McAllister, sales and marketing manager for Electric Ireland, said: "We would like to congratulate the worthy winners from the Belfast Telegraph Property Awards.
"It was a fantastic occasion celebrating the success of those who contribute so much to a flourishing and successful property sector and we were delighted to support such prestigious awards."


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