Property group scoops top award

2018-10-25 06:01

Tyson Properties has won the Most Trusted Real Estate Brand Award for 2018. This was announced by Global Brands Magazine recently.

“This comes at a time when we have even bigger news — sometimes numbers speak louder than awards and, over the past three years, we achieved 100% growth despite the very flat market,” said Tyson Properties’ MD Chris Tyson.

The Most Trusted Real Estate Brand Award was just one out of two awards in the property category presented to South African companies.

Global Brands, which is head quartered in the United Kingdom, prides itself in being an autonomous source of information about branding from across a number of different sectors. The Global Brands Awards were established to recognise performance excellence in the financial, hospitality, lifestyle, automobile and technology sectors.

The awards also aim to identify and create awareness about the significance of exceptional service delivery.

Every year, nominations are accepted from different countries and regions. Information supplied by the nominated brand owners together with a variety of information in the public domain is then adjudicated by an independent external research agency.

More than 7 000 companies were evaluated for the 2018 awards.

The Global Brands Award will be added to the collection of awards that are already proudly displayed at the Tyson Properties head office at Lion Match Office Park in Durban.

“Winning an award such as this makes me extremely proud. Most of all, it is a recognition of the hard work of the 400 real estate agents and administrative staff that deliver on our promises on a daily basis,” said Tyson.


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