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John Minnis estate agency picks up industry awards

By Staff Reporter

Published 10/05/2016

John Minnis branch manager Jordana Storey, company director John Minnis, senior retail manager Jilly Stewart and director Stephen McLean after the firm won four awards including best letting agency in Northern Ireland
John Minnis branch manager Jordana Storey, company director John Minnis, senior retail manager Jilly Stewart and director Stephen McLean after the firm won four awards including best letting agency in Northern Ireland

Co Down estate agency John Minnis has walked away with a number of national industry awards.

The Holywood-based business was named 'best letting agency' in Northern Ireland, and came second in the 'best estate agents in Northern Ireland' category.

It also finished third overall for the whole of the UK in the 'best local estate agency' category.

The awards - which took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London - were presented to the firm by television property expert Phil Spencer, best known for the Location, Location, Location programme.

Founded in July 2005 in Holywood, the company now boasts offices in Belfast and Donaghadee, and has picked up numerous national awards along the way. It employs around 35 staff.

John Minnis, director of the company, said: "It was a special event, and one of which we are thrilled to have been a part of and delighted to have been recognised at.

"We are passionate about the level of service we deliver to our clients and to be awarded not only at regional level but at national level is just fantastic.

"To come home with four awards is amazing.

"A special congratulations and thanks has to go to our excellent team who have made this possible."

Belfast Telegraph

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