Lincolnshire estate agent, Pygott & Crone, continues to sweep the board as it secures Agent of the Year at last nights (1 October) East Midlands Property Awards. The firm fought off stiff competition to secure the accolade which recognises agents who have made a real impact on the region’s property industry while playing an integral role in the delivery of key schemes.
Pygott & Crone has grown considerably in the last 12 month, increasing staff numbers from 90 to 130 and continues to have further ambitious plans for growth.
Tim Downing, senior partner at Pygott & Crone, said: “Just to be shortlisted for this award was fantastic but to win is just amazing. It’s testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and the buoyant Lincolnshire economy that is keeping us extremely busy.
“The East Midlands Property Awards are highly regarded in the region and recognise excellence in the industry and I’m really pleased not only for Pygott & Crone but also that Lincolnshire has received this acknowledgment.
“We have big plans to continue expanding further in the East Midlands, with further office openings to be announced in the New Year, so we are pleased to have this growth as a business recognised.”
This year has been incredibly successful for the firm following a number of multi-million pound sales across the East Midlands. The firm has also been improving its client services with the use of digital portfolios and utilising the latest technology to improve the client experience.
The accolades have come in thick and fast too, with the estate agent winning six major industry awards. Pygott & Crone has also achieved international success, having been named Relocation Agent Network Agent of the Year at the Cartus Broker Network International Conference in California earlier this year.
The East Midlands Property Awards took place at a black tie dinner held at The Nottingham Belfry and other awards included Design Excellence, Sustainable Development of the year and Skills and Apprenticeship Scheme.
Pygott & Crone has 12 offices as well as maintaining a presence in London.