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The Property Centre announced as best regional estate agent in the UK

The Property Centre, a leading local sales, lettings and property management agent with offices in Gloucester, Cheltenham, Worcester and Stroud has scooped Best Regional Estate Agent in the UK at this year's ESTAS Awards, which collates feedback from real clients to recognise excellence in estate agency across the UK.

WIth the honours being handed out by UK TV property expert Phil Spencer, the regional and national winners of The ESTAS Awards were announced last Friday during the prestigious annual ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane – the event attended by a thousand of the country's top property professionals.

It was a bumper year for The Property Centre  team, who came away with a staggering five awards, including Gold for Best Regional Group in the UK and recognised not only the outstanding service the company gives to sellers and buyers, but to landlords and tenants, too.

The Property Centre's office in Cheltenham was announced as the third best office in the whole of the country, having won Bronze in the category Best UK Estate Agent Office 2023. The team in Cheltenham also won Gold for Best Estate Agency (Southern Region), which incorporates Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Buckinghamshire.

There was further cause for celebration when the company's two offices in Worcester also bagged Gold and Silver in the Best Estate Agent - West Midlands category, encompassing Herefordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands and Worcestershire.

Simon Trippett, company partner at The Property Centre said: "We are extremely proud that our teams across Gloucestershire and Worcestershire have been recognised at The ESTAS Awards.

"To win one award is a great achievement, but to come away with five including three golds is a testament to the way our whole team go above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service to all our clients - sellers, buyers, landlords and tenants."

The ESTAS Awards, which marked its 20th anniversary this year, honours the best agents, conveyancers, and mortgage brokers in the UK. The top prizes are awarded based on the service ratings estate agents achieved via customer reviews submitted to the ESTAS platform. Sellers, buyers, landlords and tenants give reviews at the end of their moving experience and ESTAS monitors service ratings over 12 months, thereby giving a highly accurate overview of the standard of service that has been delivered to an agent's customers.

Hosted by Phil Spencer, the event acknowledged the industry's passion and dedication, making it a must-attend occasion for those in the industry.

Mr Spencer said: "It's your passion for what you do that makes The ESTAS the most important day in the property calendar and with its success, the competition gets harder and harder."

You can find out more about The Property Centre, which currently carries a 97% satisfaction rating in feedback from customers, here . 

● ESTAS's strict verification process ensures reviews are genuine and the shortlist for this year's awards was calculated following the evaluation of 300,000 customer review ratings.

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