NAI Pickard raises the roof as it wins a major property award (UA)

There's even more good news for the property market and its related professionals this week as the results of the Europe & Africa Property Awards 2009 in association with CNBC Arabiya have been revealed. Rightly proud of its success, NAI Pickard is delighted to announce that it has won an award in the category of Best Commercial Property Agency, Ukraine.

The event is part of the International Property Awards, the world's most prestigious competition dedicated to finding the best real estate professionals across the globe. The fact that NAI Pickard has won one of these coveted awards is proof that Ukraine is not only able to compete at this level but also triumph within the highly competitive Europe and Africa property arenas.

Later this year, top scoring winners from the Europe & Africa Property Awards will compete against other winning companies from Asia Pacific, the UK, Americas and Arabia to find the ultimate World's Best in each category.

Entries were judged by a panel of professionals whose collective knowledge of the property industry is second to none and unsurpassed by any other property awards. This year's judges included Eric Pickles MP, Chairman of the Conservative Party, Ben Wood, Industry Head Property Markets of Google UK; Peter Bolton King, Group Chief Executive of the National Federation of Property Professionals; Imtiaz Farookhi, Chief Executive of the National House Building Council; Christopher Hall, President-elect of FIABCI; Wilhelm Harnish, Master Builders of Australia (MBA); Thijis Stoffer, International Consortium of Real Estate Agents Association (ICREA); Helen Shield, Editor-in-Chief of International Homes Luxury Collection magazine and Gillian Farr, Head of Design of Laura Ashley Home.

Terry Pickard, Chairman of NAI Pickard said of winning the award, "We are very proud to win an European Property Award 2009. It shows that being entrepreneurial and aggressive in difficult times pays off 'when the going gets tough the tough get going."

Source: NAI Pickard

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