October 15, 2012 – Bangkok, Colliers International Thailand emerged the big agency winner at the Thailand Property Awards 2012, regarded as the “Oscars” of the property industry in Thailand.
Colliers picked up 6 awards, including 3 “Best” and 3 “Highly Commended” awards, announced at the recent Gala Dinner at the Dusit Thani Hotel. “Each year we have picked up more awards, but this year truly marks our coming of age,” remarked Simon Landy, Colliers’ Executive Chairman. “Colliers is a relative newcomer into the Bangkok market, but in Thailand and throughout Asia we have emerged as the fastest growing agency business.”
The Thailand awards follow the recent accolade of Best Advisor and Consultant (Agency/Letting and Resaerch) in Asia in the Euromoney 2012 Real Estate Awards, climbing from 6th place last year to 1st this September.
Colliers was awarded Best Property Consultancy, Best Residential Agent (Eastern Seaboard) and Best Residential Agent (Hua Hin) this year. It also won “Highly Commended” in the Best Residential Agent (Bangkok), Best Commercial Agent and Best Property Management Company categories. The firm also won a Best Property Consultancy award at the International Property Awards, Asia Pacific, in Kuala Lumpur in April this year.
“We are very proud of our continued success at the Thailand Property Awards. It is a testament to our professional dedication and the exceptional performance of our staff in providing the very best real services to our client,” said Mr. Landy. “To win these awards is an outstanding achievement for us, proving that we have emerged as a major player in the Thai property market with a solid reputation for our professional services”.
The highly coveted Thailand Property Awards are recognised as a symbol of excellence throughout the real estate industry in Thailand. Now in their seventh year, the awards are a benchmark for real estate agencies, property developers, interior designers and architects in the domestic residential and commercial real estate industry.
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