Upper South East-based real estate agent Mike Lind has received Masters Club status for the second year running.
The Elders Real Estate representative was recognised at the recent South Australian annual Elders Real Estate awards.
Held earlier this month at Adelaide Oval, the event had Elders top real estate agents gather to celebrate their most successful.
Being inducted into the Masters Club is the highest honour an Elders agent can achieve, with only 21 individuals qualifying for this status nationally.
Masters Club agents are selected as the top 10 per cent of the prestigious Elite Agent group within the Elders Network.
Mr Lind was commended for his strong knowledge of his region, coupled with an outstanding reputation for his work ethic, product knowledge and sales capabilities.
His amazing year also included taking out the number 2 spot for Top Rural Salesperson South Australia, a spot he also took out in 2021.
"I always want to give the best service I possibly can and get my vendors the best possible price," he said.
"A lot of my vendors are going on to retirement, so it's satisfying to know that they can head into the next chapter of their lives in comfort.
"It's rewarding to be recognised by Elders and awarded as a Master. I am honoured to be one of a group of amazing Elders agents nationally in this category"
Elders Real Estate general manager Tom Russo said that Masters Club status was difficult to achieve.
"In order to achieve Masters Club status, agents have demonstrated outstanding client service, relentless commitment to training and innovation, and a desire to consistently be the best in their respective local area," he said.
"We are pleased to award Mike Lind as one of our esteemed Masters for 2022, and for the second year in a row."
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