REIA Award winners 2021
Some of the REIA Award winners 2021. Photos – REIA.
  • Women took out eight of the 11 individual agent categories
  • Long term Darwin resident Tony Pickering received the President’s Award
  • NSW won 7 of the 20 awards followed by VIC with 4 and ACT, WA and TAS awarded 3 each

The winners of the 2021 REIA National Awards for Excellence have been announced by the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) at a gala awards night in Darwin.

Women took out eight of the 11 individual agent categories, after a notable increase in female candidates from among the 83 finalists.

One of the top awards – Residential Salesperson of the Year – was won by Michelle Stephens from O’Brien Real Estate in Victoria.

Meanwhile, Kathryn Massey from Michael Johnson and Co in WA took out the Residential Property Manager of the Year award, Large Residential Agency of the Year was won by Belle Property in ACT and Medium Residential Agency went to Warburton Estate Agents in NSW with Small Residential Agency of the Year going to SJ Shooter Real Estate in Dubbo, NSW.

Commercial Agency of the Year was won by Savills, NSW while Guy Randell from Burgess Rawson, ACT won the Commercial Salesperson of the Year and Jessie Legge from NAI Harcourts North, Tasmania took out Commercial Property Manager of the Year.

NSW won seven of the 20 awards followed by Victoria with four wins and ACT, WA and Tasmania awarded three apiece.

Tony Pickering
Tony Pickering received the President’s Award.

Long term Darwin resident, Tony Pickering received the President’s Award this year. Mr Pickering has more than 30 years’ experience in commercial and residential property and is a previous REINT president as well as popular auctioneer for charity organisations.

AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE 2021: WINNERS

RESIDENTIAL

Residential Sales Team of the Year, sponsored by AON

• Morton Real Estate, NSW

Residential Salesperson of the Year, sponsored by AON

• Michelle Stephens, O’Brien Real Estate Carrum Downs, VIC

Residential Property Management Team of the Year, sponsored by Terri Scheer

• Key2 Property, TAS

Residential Property Manager of the Year, sponsored by Terri Scheer

• Kathryn Massey, Michael Johnson and Co, WA

Small Residential Agency of the Year, sponsored by Realestate.com.au

• SJ Shooter Real Estate, NSW

Medium Residential Agency of the Year, sponsored by Realestate.com.au

• Warburton Estate Agents, NSW

Large Residential Agency of the Year, sponsored by Realestate.com.au

• Belle Property Kingston, ACT

 

EXCELLENCE IN THE INDUSTRY

Achievement Award, sponsored by Dreamedia

• Kitty Parker, Kitty and Miles, NSW

Community Service Award, sponsored by RealBot

• Woodards Foundation, VIC

Innovation Award, sponsored by RealBot

• Network Pacific, VIC

Operational Support Award, sponsored by RECON

• Nicole Berry, Harcourts Signature, TAS

Operational Leadership Award, sponsored by Forms Live

• Michelle Rigg, Rentwest, WA

Marketing and Communications Award, sponsored by RECON

• dethridgeGROVES, WA

Marketer of the Year, sponsored by Forms Live

• Braden Walters, Belle Property Byron Bay/Lennox Head, NSW

Business Development Manager of the Year, sponsored by SaleFunder

• Madeline Freemantle, Leah Jay, NSW

Business Broker of the Year, sponsored by SaleFunder

• John Kasapi, Benchmark Business Sales and Valuations, VIC

Buyers’ Agent of the Year, sponsored by REI Super

• Claire Corby, Capital Buyers Agency, ACT

 

COMMERCIAL

Commercial Salesperson of the Year, sponsored by REI Super

• Guy Randell, Burgess Rawson, ACT

Commercial Property Manager of the Year, sponsored by CoreLogic

• Jessie Legge, NAI Harcourts North, TAS

Commercial Agency of the Year, sponsored by CoreLogic

• Savills, NSW

 

Note: REISA cancelled their awards last year due to COVID-19. Hence, there were no 2021 finalists from South Australia.

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