Sherry FitzGerald pick up national award

Michael Grehan and Ivan Gaine of Sherry FitzGerald pictured with the 2015 and 2016 awards

Michael Grehan and Ivan Gaine of Sherry FitzGerald pictured with the 2015 and 2016 awards

Sherry FitzGerald has been awarded the Residential Agency Award for the second year running at the Property Industry Excellence Awards which took place on Thursday, November 10 at the National Convention Centre in Dublin. The awards programme, now in its second year, was designed to independently recognise the highest standards of professionalism and excellence across the entire property sector.

The judges were looking for excellence in several areas including overall contribution to the industry, research and thought leadership, corporate social responsibility strategy, client satisfaction, employee development, and CPD structures

Commenting on the award Michael Grehan, MD, Sherry FitzGerald said: “We are delighted to accept this award which recognises our customer-centric approach, served by a talented and passionate group of property professionals who operate from 97 locations across Ireland.

“We strongly believe that it is our commitment to our customers, both our vendors and our purchasers, which sets us apart from our competitors. We are a dynamic professional services firm with an infrastructure that uses cutting-edge technology, market-leading research, and innovative marketing in all its forms to deliver the most respected estate agency service in Ireland.

“The Sherry Fitz Way ensures that buyers and sellers get the best possible outcome for their property needs. Our offering covers all aspects of residential property, adhering at all times to the highest standards of excellence.”

Sherry FitzGerald were also delighted to be shortlisted in two other categories: Cushman & Wakefield, their commercial arm, for Commercial Agency of the Year, and their current Franchise of the Year office, Sherry FitzGerald O’Neill, for the Regional Excellence category.

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