William h brown wins top awards
William h brown, as part of Sequence, won three top awards at the prestigious Estate Agency of the Year Awards at the QEII Conference Centre in London.
William h brown, as part of Sequence, won three top awards at the prestigious Estate Agency of the Year Awards at the QEII Conference Centre in London. In addition to retaining the title of UK Best Large Estate Agency as a member of the country's second biggest estate agency group, Sequence was also judged the Best Large Lettings Agency for the third year in a row and picked up a Silver Award for its Select brand.
Describing their Best Large Estate Agency entry as “outstanding”, the judges praised the range of services that William h brown offers saying: “In a category with all entrants showing remarkable fleetness of foot, entrepreneurial spirit and flexibility in very difficult times, this Group stands out once again.”
They were equally fulsome in their praise of Sequence lettings where they acknowledged that the company “had raised the bar across the board.”
William h brown's Silver Award winning Select brand provides a special service for prestigious properties.
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Commenting on their success at the Estate Agency of the Year Awards Bruce Page of William h brown in cromer said: “We're absolutely delighted. Winning these prestigious awards for a wide range of services is fantastic recognition for our business and the people who work in it. We never lose sight of the fact that each customer is an individual with different needs and aspirations, something which really sets us apart from other agents.”
William h brown has offices across north Norfolk - at Cromer , Aylsham, Holt or North Walsham.
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Photos show: Sequence Chief Executive David Plumtree receiving the award from TV presenter Melissa Porter and cromer branch as you wish