At Long Last – Good News For Property! Anfi Group Scoops Prestigious Property Award

CNBC Award Presentation, London. (left to right) Peter Bolton King – Chief Executive, NAEA; Orsolina Meinster – Manager Publicity Services Division, Anfi Group; Thijs Stoffer – CEO, International Consortium of Real Estate Associations

CNBC Award Presentation, London. (left to right) Peter Bolton King – Chief Executive, NAEA; Orsolina Meinster – Manager Publicity Services Division, Anfi Group; Thijs Stoffer – CEO, International Consortium of Real Estate Associations

After months of headlines announcing doom and gloom in the property market, here’s a long awaited positive story to restore our hopes, not just for now, but also the future.

To succeed in such a highly competitive industry, estate agents, developers and others involved in the property business constantly contend with one another for recognition. This desire to be the best is nowhere more evident than at the European Property Awards in Association with CNBC.

As with all competitions there are only a few winners and those were revealed at a gala presentation dinner at The Park Lane Hotel in London on Saturday the 27th of September. The turn out was tremendous with 300 guests and no less than 19 different countries represented across Europe.

The Anfi Group won a 5-star award for the Anfi del Mar development in the category of ‘Best Development, Canary Islands.

Anfi Group General Management with Award. (left to right) José Luis Trujillo – Finance Director; John MacDonald – Sales & Marketing Director; Luis Martínez – Resorts Director

Anfi Group General Management with Award. (left to right) José Luis Trujillo – Finance Director; John MacDonald – Sales & Marketing Director; Luis Martínez – Resorts Director

John MacDonald, Anfi Group Sales & Marketing Director commented: “I am honoured that Anfi del Mar has attained this prestigious award, as it is a valued recognition for the Anfi Group. It reinforces our belief that Anfi is a leader not only within the vacation membership industry, but also in the wider real estate leisure market.

Moreover, to achieve the 5-star recognition at the Awards Ceremony itself, was really the icing on the cake for all involved at Anfi.”

The European Property Awards are part of the globally respected International Property Awards, which have been running for 14 years. Due to their continual growth in size and standing, a series of other schemes for specific countries have also been launched. The Daily Mail UK Awards were introduced four years ago and these were joined more recently by individual programmes for the Arabian, Asia Pacific, European, African and Americas Property Awards.

There are 21 different categories in total and four and five-star awards are given to the best entries. Every five-star entry is then re-examined to decide who is to go forwards for the ultimate World’s Best Award.  World’s Best winners, including those from the European Property Awards, will be announced at a grand presentation dinner in America this November.
Supported by a host of well-respected professional bodies such as FIABCI, NAEA and NHBC to name but a few, the awards are judged by an independent team of experts in the property, design and construction fields, together with property writers and sponsors.

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