Caridon Property is proud to have been shortlisted for the ESTAS
18th May 2021
Caridon Property has been recognised for delivering outstanding customer service to its clients, once again making the shortlist of the ESTAS - the biggest award scheme in the UK residential property industry.
The ESTAS, sponsored by Coadjute, honours the best agents, conveyancers, mortgage advisors and suppliers in the UK. The awards are powered by the ESTAS online customer review platform, which enables property professionals to demonstrate the customer service standards they deliver for their clients. ESTAS reviews can only be completed at the end of the property transaction and a strict verification process ensures reviews are genuine. This year’s shortlist has been calculated following the evaluation of 60,000 client reviews.
Four hundred companies have been shortlisted around the UK, making them one of the top property firms in the UK. The regional and national winners will be announced at the 18th annual ESTAS ceremony held in London on 22nd October. The awards will be presented by the UK’s favourite property expert Phil Spencer in front of 1,000 of the UK’s top property professionals.
Phil Spencer said: “The ESTAS Awards are based on real feedback, from real clients experiencing real service so they provide genuine proof of the service levels that a firm is delivering to clients.”
Simon Brown, founder of The ESTAS says “At ESTAS we’re creating a community for best practice property professionals who all share a passion for delivering great service and a belief that service really does matter.”
On making the shortlist for the ESTAS once again, Mario Carrozzo, CEO of Caridon Property, part of the Caridon Group, said: “This year, being recognised for outstanding customer service means more than ever before. The staff at Caridon could not have worked harder throughout the Pandemic to ensure that service to our residents has not been affected, and in many cases it has been improved. Staff have gone above and beyond to help those who are vulnerable, facing isolation or just struggling mentally with the changes that this year has brought. Their efforts have not gone unnoticed and whether we are lucky enough to win or not, I could not be prouder of the whole team.”