Michael Anthony Estate Agents in Aylesbury are celebrating after being awarded “Gold” in the British Property Awards 2016.
There is also further kudos to the leading Aylesbury estate agency as they have been shortlisted for both national and regional awards. These awards will be announced at a lavish ceremony on 9th September 2016.
The British Property awards are highly sought after by estate agencies across the UK. The criteria required to be awarded Gold is high, and each agent that enters needs to clearly demonstrate outstanding levels of customer service over a consistent and specific time period. The Aylesbury branch of Michael Anthony is no stranger to success. Having over 30 years’ of local knowledge and expertise, Michael Anthony has been leading the local area for a significant period of time.
The British Property Awards are independent awards as they strive to offer vendors and buyers clear evidence of delivering the best possible service. The British Property Awards team personally mystery shops every single agent that enters and marks that business against a strict criteria of 25 requirements to ensure a balanced overview of customer service levels.
Adam Keeler, Branch Manager for Michael Anthony Estate Agents commented: “Naturally, we are delighted and reflects our team focus. We always pride ourselves on delivering the highest levels of customer service to all our customers 100% of the time. To be recognised for this award by an independent body such as the British Property Awards is testament to our position as the leading agent in the Vale and the strides we consistently take. Fingers crossed for the awards on 9th September!”
Robert McLean from the British Property Awards said: “Our award has been designed to remove any opportunity for bias or manipulation. As an agent to be recognised with one of our awards is simply down to the fantastic levels of customer service over a prolonged period of time. Michael Anthony should be proud of the levels of their customer service and provide a benchmark for local competition.”