Cooper Brouard have gained worldwide recognition after receiving a five star estate agency award at the International Property magazine’s prestigious event, held at London’s Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.
Directors Ross Le Marquand, Matthew Brouard and Company Associate Karen Crawford received the honours from Malcolm Sinclair, 20th Earl of Caithness and Stuart Shield of International Property magazine.
Sponsored by The Telegraph, the annual awards are open to residential and commercial property professionals from around the world. The judging panel of 90 industry professionals is headed by the Earl of Liverpool, Lord Caithness and Lord Best, chairman of judging for the Real Estate Categories.
After thanking the sponsors and organisers, Ross took the opportunity to stress Cooper Brouard’s continued commitment to clients and spoke of all that Guernsey has to offer potential new residents.
Matthew added: “This five star award is well deserved recognition for all the hard work and dedication of our staff, who have played a massive part in Cooper Brouard’s success over 20 years”.
The occasion coincided with the latest publication of the International Property and Travel, which promotes Guernsey in their “World’s best places to live” feature. Within the article, Cooper Brouard promote some of the finest Open Market homes, Channel Islands developers Comprop showcase their exciting new Guernsey apartment development at Havelet Waters, launched onto the market with Cooper Brouard, and Locate Guernsey give their support in promoting Guernsey as an attractive place to relocate.
Cooper Brouard is a leading agent in Guernsey’s housing market, with a wide range of properties on offer. Established in 1996, the company specialises in Open Market and Local Market residential sales and lettings with a commitment to giving independent professional advice to support clients every step of the way.