Controversial agency review site allAgents late yesterday evening announced its annual industry winners, including taker of the top prize, Dayfields, a firm in north London, which swept the board.
allAgents made its announcement after our story yesterday about the September launch of Peter Knight’s of a new Guide to the top UK agents.
Last night, allAgents said that it had looked at over 50,000 entrants from more than 15,000 estate and letting agent firms.
It said its People Awards were the largest property sector awards as voted for by customers, with entrants are judged on all aspects of customer service. Also highly rated is eMoov.
It underlined that all estate and letting agent firms are eligible to enter at no cost.
Michelle Hodge of allAgents said “We are delighted to report another year of increased participation and 2017 is by far our most competitive People Awards yet.
“In the residential property industry, reputation is everything which is why we are proud to continue to play our part in helping consumers to recognise the best trusted property companies and the people they employ.
“When it comes down to it, agents want to be the best of the best on their own patch, that is what brings new instructions and a level of recognition that allAgents also provides.”
Jamie Day, company director of Dayfields, said: “I am absolutely delighted to have won the allAgents Best Overall Agent Award in the UK 2017.
“There were some fantastic competitors in the mix so to come out on the very top of the lot is absolutely wonderful. This prestigious award will further highlight Dayfields’ position as a market leading agency. I am over the moon and chuffed to bits.”
The allAgents’ announcement of awards also comes after another controversial website, Paula Higgins’ Home Owners Alliance, said it would be giving out badges to the best agents in the UK.
Regional winners according to all Agents include: