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Broll affiliated network voted best consultancy

Posted On Tuesday, 14 December 2010 02:00 Published by eProp Commercial Property News
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Leading South African property company Broll is part of the international CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc. (CBRE) network, which was named the “Best International Property Consultancy” of 2010 at the recent International Property Awards

Malcolm HorneThe event, held in association with Bloomberg Television and the New York Times, is one of the foremost property award competitions in the world, having existed for more than 15 years. 

CBRE was selected for this “world’s best” award over other top-scoring regional winners from Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific, Arabia and the Americas. CBRE was also the winner of the “Best Commercial Property Consultancy” award for London, qualifying the company for consideration in the overall international award. The International Property Awards were determined by an independent panel of judges.

Broll is a multi-disciplinary property services company based in South Africa with operations throughout Africa and over 35 years experience in the property industry.  Its services include property, shopping centre, utilities and facilities management as well as sales, leasing, valuations, retail consultancy, corporate real estate advisory services, research and investment services to the retail, commercial, industrial and investment markets.

“Broll’s proud affiliation with international partner CBRE brings together an unrivalled mix of technical expertise and global market knowledge with the sole purpose of maximising the potential of clients’ properties,” says Malcolm Horne, CEO of Broll.

Brett White, Chief Executive Officer of CB Richard Ellis, said: “Winning this highly coveted award is a strong endorsement of our people and platform as well as our ability to develop innovative solutions that enable our clients to succeed throughout market cycles.”

Mike Strong, Chairman and CEO of CBRE’s EMEA operations, added: “Today more than ever, large multinationals choose property advisors who not only have a proven international track record but can also think innovatively and differently. Our constant objective is to continue to evolve and improve the service we deliver to clients – winning these awards gives us additional confidence that we’re fulfilling that critical aim.”

This year’s judging panel included: Google UK’s industry head property markets; group chief executive of the National Federation of Property Professionals; president elect of International Real Estate Federation FIABCI; International Consortium of  Real Estate Agents Association (ICREA); chairman of the Australia Institute of Architects; editor-in-chief of International Homes Luxury Collection magazine; and CEO of the German Real Estate Association.

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