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Century 21 honours Cambodian franchises

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Eight franchises of Century 21 Cambodia received awards for their performance in the local market from the parent company, Century 21 Real Estate LLC, a real estate agent franchise company headquartered in the US.

The award recipients were announced during a ceremony at the Great Duke Phnom Penh Hotel on Saturday.

The ‘office’ award went to Century 21 Advanced Property (first place), Century 21 Regent Realty (second place), and Century 21 World Trust (thrid place).

In the ‘agent’ award category, the winners were (from first to third place) Century 21 Dream Property, Century 21 Imperial Realty, and Century 21 Mekong, while the ‘team’ award category acknowledged the work of Century 21 Fuji Realty, Century 21 Golden Realty, and Century 21 Imperial Realty.

Grace Rachny Fong, CEO of Century 21 Cambodia, said the Cambodian real estate sector has seen tremendous success in the last few years and Century 21 Cambodia’s real estate agents have played an important roles in its development.

“It is an honour for the companies and for our country that these companies have been actively engaged and successfully trained as agents to provide excellent services to homeowners, buyers and investors,” Ms Rachny Fong said.

“We have been in Cambodia for just four years. Receiving these awards shows the great growth of the local property sector,” she added.

Chairman of Century21 Cambodia Kuy Vat said that, “Over the last few years we have become leaders in the market, and if we keep up the hard work, we will remain at the top.

“Providing quality services is essential to customers’ confidence in the market and gives confidence to international and domestic investors to contribute to the development of our companies and our nation,” he said. “The success of all eight companies reflects our success and the confidence customers have placed in our company.”

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