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SG Double success for CBRE Philippines

Property Here - Wednesday, December 18, 2013

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CBRE Philippines has been recognised as the world’s Best Lettings/Leasing Agency for the second straight year, while it has also added a new feather to its cap as world’s ‘Best Property Consultancy Website’ for 2013 at the renowned International Property Awards recently.

The company was the single company to win two international awards this year, competing against representative entries from other regions such as Africa, Europe, the Americas, United Kingdom, and the Middle East. It was also the sole Philippine company in the history of the awards to have won in the international level of competitions for two consecutive years.

The citation on the firm’s website and digital marketing also illustrates an increasingly sophisticated real estate market, where bridging the gap between people and technology is crucial.

“We are proud to share this honour with the Filipino people. It feels good that we are once again recognised as one of the best real estate companies globally, which is great news for the country after the adversity we have faced in recent months,” said Chairman and co-founder Rick Santos (pictured).

“We have been in the industry for 20 years and have centered our business around people, platform, and performance. We have always placed quality of service at the forefront and our employees make sure to provide our clients the best experience possible. These awards are a testament to CBRE Philippines’ long-term dedication and belief in the Philippine real estate market as a destination for international investors and outsourcing companies,” he added.

Earlier this year, CBRE Philippines won a total of ten awards in the national and regional levels. Last year, the real estate services company won four national awards, and went on to win as World’s Best Lettings Agency. “We are extremely pleased to note the increasing presence and success of entries from the Philippines in the International Property Awards,” added Stuart Shield, president of the IPA.

“CBRE Philippines’ landmark win is a welcome affirmation of the continuing growth of the local property market and its world-class potential.”

The International Property Awards is the world’s largest and richest property competition with 98 countries participating this. World’s Best awards were given out for the most exceptional estate agencies, lettings, agencies and property consultancies, as well as the best industry websites and marketing campaigns. Judging is carried out through a meticulous process involving a panel of over 70 experts covering every aspect of the property business.