As 2016 comes to an end and ahead of their 30th Anniversary year in 2017, CPS, Northern Ireland's largest geographical Estate Agency have won the highly sought after,  professionally acclaimed and most prestigious title of "Residential Estate Agency of the Year - Multi Branch Award at the 2016 glittering Belfast Telegraph Property Awards in association with PropertyNews.com.  The awards held recently at the Ramada Hotel at Shaw's Bridge, celebrates the past year's big successes and stars of the industry.  

 

Further success for CPS in 2016 have included awards The Build Awards, Corporate Livewire Awards and recognition at the Sunday Times Awards. With an ever-expanding customer base and a growing business, CPS look forward to another hugely successful 2017

 

Winning the  Residential Estate Agency of the Year 2016 Award comes at a poignant time in the property industry as a whole and CPS have strived for excellence and have grown to be the leading province wide Real Estate Agency! 

 

CEO and Founder Art O'Hagan interviewed at the Belfast Telegraph Awards said "This is a monumental day for all of our hard working team at CPS. We have gone from strength to strength over the past 30 Years and are delighted to be recognised with such a high accolade. This award is a testament to our branch strength and our work ethic on a daily basis."

 

The esteemed judging panel chaired by Professor Alastair Adair, Ulster University's Deputy Vice Chancellor and Professor of Property Investment along with 7 other property industry experts to include Arlene Elliott of NI Law Society, First Trust Bank’s Derek Wilson, who is also the Chair of Council of Mortgage Lenders, Nicola McCrudden of the Chartered Institute of Housing, Daryl McIntosh of National Association of Estate Agents, David Little of the National House Building Council, Ben Collins, Regional Director for Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Joan McCoy of White Ink Architects who is also Vice President of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects.

 

Professor Adair commented: "The judges were very gratified to receive such a high quality of nominations and we noticed a marked uplift from the previous year in relation to design - the young architects and agents - quality of residential and commercial developments and professional services in all of the categories.

 

Judges comments on CPS  included “What stood out to the judges was the level of customer service as well as consideration for creating good neighbourhoods. This company is also at the forefront of innovative solutions and the judges admired the strategic partnerships it has formed.”