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The Night of Knights

16 Oct 17

On Saturday night, South Australia’s real estate elite fought it out at a spectacular showdown hosted by the Real Estate Institute of South Australia (REISA) at the 2017 News Corp Australia Awards for Excellence in Real Estate.

The 2017 Awards celebrated a medieval theme as ancient warriors battled it out to seize control of Excalibur and the Adelaide Convention Centre took us all back in time to the days of King Arthur. The jousting was overseen by MC Amanda Blair who not only had to contend with all manner of battle but also a record number of nominations and finalists.

The Awards are the pinnacle of real estate achievement in South Australia and highlight the passion and dedication that the real estate profession shows to its clients and consumers.

REISA CEO, Greg Troughton was once again blown away not only by the amazing spectacle unfolding on stage but also by the incredible depth of talent, professionalism and dedication of the men and women who so ably represent the real estate profession.

“These are the most prestigious and recognised awards for real estate professionals in South Australia. We undertake a rigorous nomination, qualifying and judging process to ensure that only the very best of the best can serve as ambassadors – and REISA Award winners – for the real estate profession”

“The Awards honour and celebrate everything that is good in the real estate profession. Recognition of the excellence and achievement in serving the community and the profession are hallmarks of the awards and it is fantastic that they also reinforce to the public that we are serious about getting it right and offering the best service possible.

“I am always so privileged to be part of the REISA Awards and I congratulate all the winners and finalists on their tremendous achievements tonight” Mr Troughton said.

Ms Rosalind Neale was awarded the Sir Robert Torrens Award to recognise commitment and service to the profession.

A Life Membership of REISA was awarded to Mr Robin Turner