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At a glittering London award ceremony held on Friday 24th November hosted by television personality Penny Smith, Enfields was recognised among the country's best performing estate agencies, with notable success in three of the ceremony's 10 categories.

'From an industry with so many major players, this is high praise indeed and this recognition comes as a welcome announcement on the heels of an extremely successful year for Enfields' enthused managing director Rob Mott. 'The recent launch of our franchising division has been met with a hugely positive amount of interest. With seven new franchisees already aboard, we're achieving impressive results, after only a relatively short period of time'.

Despite this significant industry acclaim for a consecutive year, Mott is not complacent and is reflective on the firm's latest wins:

'We're immensely proud of this industry endorsement and although we're experiencing a positive period of growth, I still believe it's absolutely essential to the success of the business as a whole, that Enfields continues to remain customer focussed.'

The National Association of Estate Agents Awards was established to champion high standards, innovation and best practice among estate agents of all sizes. The judging panel comprised a group of highly accomplished, leading property experts, including property journalists, well-respected retired estate agents and senior directors of house building and mortgage lending firms. Collectively the panel boasted years of experience within the estate agency field, with an advanced understanding and in-depth knowledge of the sector.

Enfields launched its Franchise Scheme in 2006, as an opportunity for ambitious individuals who wish to start their own estate agency business. As well as having the opportunity to grow their own branch network, franchisees receive all the sales, marketing and administrative support they need from the firm, whilst benefiting from total autonomy over the day to day running of their business.


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