Armagh estate agents CPS have landed huge back-to-back accolades after they were named Northern Ireland’s ‘Multi Agent Estate Agent of the Year 2017’.
The team collected the gong at the Belfast Telegraph and Property News Awards ceremony in the Ramada Hotel, Shawsbridge in Belfast on Friday night.
The highly regarded gala event was attended by more than 550 estate agents, developers, chartered surveyors and architects from across Northern Ireland.
Managing director, Art O’Hagan MD, said: “We are delighted to have won this huge award back-to-back only 10 days after winning the ‘Northern Ireland Estate Agency of the Year at the prestigious Negotiator Awards, which was a massive feat in its own right.
“Our family owned and run business is 30 years in the property industry this year; this has been a remarkable period for the business and this accolade is truly endearing for all our entire professional team, that continuously go the extra mile for our very loyal customers base.
“With our proposed new office just about to open in Portadown, the future is bright, taking us to the unrivalled position of having seven branches across the province.
“As well as commercial & residential sales and lets our additional professional services include a team of RICS chartered surveyors and financial service advisors in each branch.
“We feel we can offer our clients the best service possible all managed from our head office here in Armagh City Centre.
“Our focus is to deliver a professional service to you our valued customer and achieve you the highest price possible should you decide to sell or lease your home or commercial property.”
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