After two years of virtual events, the Elders Annual Awards were in full swing in 2022. Thanks to an incredible year of achievements, Elders also saw the number of Elite agents and Masters Club agents double from 2021. Twenty one agents were awarded Masters Club admission, which is a new record for Elders. Elite agent numbers also doubled to 140 agents.
The Victoria and Tasmanian annual awards kicked off the festivities on 5 March. Held at Victoria’s ‘Elwood Bathers’ and MC’d by the fantastic Chris Helder.
On 12 March, the NSW and ACT awards followed suit at Darling Island Wharf’s ‘Doltone House’. Gary Eck did a fantastic job of MCing the event to a crowd of 155 agents, property managers, business owners, admin staff, sponsors and corporate guests.
WA held its event on 19 March at Perth’s ‘Aloft Hotel’, with 85 attendees celebrating together. Queensland and Northern NSW saws 170 guests gather at its ‘W Hotel’ the following day, and South Australia brought up the rear with 141 attendees at a fantastic event at the Adelaide Oval.
An impressive 21 agents were admitted into the exclusive Masters Club, many for the first time.
Being inducted into the exclusive Masters Club is the highest honour an Elders agent can achieve. Masters Club agents are the best of the best sales agents across the Elders Network. They represent every State and Territory across both urban and rural sales.
Tom Russo, General Manager Real Estate for Elders, explains that Masters Club status is difficult to achieve.
“Our Masters Club group are the cream of the crop in the Elders network. Agents who achieved this status are those who demonstrate absolute commitment to their clients, embrace technology and training, and above all a drive to be the best no matter the circumstance.
Seeing so many new names in the Masters Club is a matter of great pride to me and to the Elders family. We’re proud to support these fantastic agents and celebrate their many achievements.”