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We've been awarded Marketing Campaign of the Year!

Written by Tearne Madden
The Newton Team is proud to share with you some exciting news. We recently were awarded "Marketing Campaign of the Year" at the 13th Annual Australasian Real Estate Results Awards!

For those of you who aren’t familiar with ARERA, it’s the “Academy Awards” for the Real Estate network celebrating the highest achieving professionals in the industry. Agents are judged by a panel of RER experts who review each agency’s submission and score them accordingly. Awards include Agency of the Year, Boutique Agency of the Year, Property Management Team of the Year, Service Excellence Agency of the Year, Marketing Campaign of the Year, Agent Achiever of the Year – to name a few.

And we won the Marketing Campaign of the Year (Up to $10,000)!

As you have already discovered, we strive to create the most effective marketing campaigns for our vendors and landlords to deliver results that exceed owner’s expectations. Our principal, David Newton, said in his acceptance speech that “this particular campaign was for a property that we auctioned for a record $4.1 million and $800,000 over the reserve price. This result would not have been possible if it wasn’t for the diligent and hardworking team at Newton”.

We are honoured to be recognised by our peers as this year’s Marketing Campaign of the Year, but the truth is, we have always created compelling marketing campaigns for our clients to achieve the best possible results and not just marketing for marketing’s sake.

If you would like to see our team celebrating behind the scenes at the awards night CLICK HERE

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