Negotiator Awards 2019 Shortlist Is Announced (and we made it!)

September 27th 2019
By: Thomas Morris

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The Negotiator Awards is the largest and most prestigious awards for the UK residential property industry and Thomas Morris Sales & Lettings have been shortlisted in no less than THREE categories…

Community Champion of the Year

Regional: East of England

Estate Agency of the Year: 5-9 Branches

The awards have been established for 13 years and each year, estate and letting agents from across the UK battle for these highly prized and meaningful accolades, which bring prestige to their business, pride to their staff and confidence to their customers.

It is organised by the trade magazine for the UK residential property industry, The Negotiator, a glossy publication delivered each month to 17,000 agents across the UK. It has been the touchstone for high street agents for over 30 years, championing best practice and keeping the industry informed.

The Negotiator Awards has led the field in the celebration of excellence in the residential property agency sector for 13 years and is judged by a large panel of leading figures in the industry. Only the best agencies and suppliers are announced as the winners.

This year the judging took place on 3rd September at the Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall, London where the Shortlist was decided by a carefully selected panel of judges, all leaders in their field, along with observers from The Negotiator.

With 33 categories ranging from the individual’s award of Rising Star of the Year and, for businesses, New Agency of the Year, up to the most coveted Award, Estate Agency of the Year, The Negotiator Awards, has this year, attracted many hundreds of entries. Being Shortlisted is a tremendous achievement in itself.

What happens next?

The finalists and winners of each category will be revealed at a grand black tie gala dinner at the UK’s premier venue, the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London on 29th November 2019, presented by a top TV celebrity.

Our fingers are crossed at Thomas Morris, and we’ll let you know what happens!