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Friday, 05 November 2021

On 29 October 2021 at a prestigious London venue, Livingroom Property won five awards at the 2021 UK Property Awards – significant recognition on the national stage.

The Jersey and Guernsey offices retained their respective five-star awards for Best Estate Agency Single Office categories for each island. In addition, Livingroom scooped three, five-star awards for Best Channel Island Estate Agency Website, Best Marketing and Best Estate Agency Single Office in the Channel Islands – for its Jersey office.

Winning the categories for the Channel Islands region means that Livingroom will proudly represent the islands in the next stage of the International Property Awards against some major European players with large multi-office networks. As of 2021, the Channel Islands (as represented by Livingroom) will also now compete independently against the UK’s five-star winning entrants so the Channel Islands will gain more focus as an individual jurisdiction.

Simon Torode, Livingroom Founder, CEO, attended the awards dinner in London with four members of the team.

“The last two years have presented some challenges that we’ve never faced before in the form of the islands’ lockdowns,” said Simon. “Our team responded with positivity, communication and enthusiasm to keep Livingroom at the top of our game and keep our clients safe which is something we’re really proud of.

“These awards validate our approach over the last two years and recognise our ambition, quality and ethical practice. The whole team is looking forward to competing against the best agencies in Europe in the next round.”

The International Property Awards are open to residential and commercial property professionals from around the globe and celebrate the highest levels of achievement by companies operating in all sectors of the property and real estate industry. An International Property Award is a world-renowned mark of excellence.

The awards are judged by more than 100 leading figures from all aspects of the property industry including architects, designers, journalists, academics, estate agents and industry bodies - including the former group chief executive of the National Association of Estate Agents and global property standards director for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

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