Raine & Horne celebrate more success
Raine & Horne Port Douglas/Mossman have continued to underline their many strengths and this much was evident after the Property Management Team was named the top team in the Raine & Horne group at the recent Raine & Horne QLD Awards held on the Gold Coast at the weekend.
Last year was also a huge success for the Port Douglas and Mossman-based real estate company, who received top honours for the second year in a row.
They took first place as Raine & Horne’s Top Office (number of sales), selling more houses in the last year than other office across the entire state.
Travis Schumacher, the businesses’ principal, was delighted with the results.
“Overall, we are very happy with the results. We were just pipped at the post with the number of sales, coming second to Kingaroy. We were lucky enough to win it last year.
“I am very proud of the Property management team being voted the best PM department in the Raine & Horne group. This is an amazing achievement.
“I am also proud of Amie McKay, who was voted the number one property manager, and Charlie Madgwick for making it into the top 10 sales persons in QLD for Raine & Horne,” said Schumacher.
Schumacher said the outcome means a lot.
“I am very proud to be a part of this amazing team who keep delivering amazing results with complete professionalism and it’s nice to be recognized for this.”
How R&H fared:
- 1st: Queensland Property Management Team,
- 1st: Queensland Property Manager, Amie McKay
- 2nd: Highest Number of Sales in Queensland
- 3rd: Highest Dollar Value of Sales in Queensland
- 6th: Highest Number of Sales – Charlie Madgwick
- 9th: Highest Dollar Value of Sales – Charlie Madgwick
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