Watsons Shortlisted for Managing Agent of the Year at ARMA Ace Awards!

Watsons Shortlisted for Managing Agent of the Year at ARMA Ace Awards!

Watsons is thrilled to be shortlisted by ARMA in the 2022 ARMA ACE Awards in the Managing Agent of the Year 1,000 – 5,000 category.

 

ARMA received a record number of entries this year and said that the “quality of the submissions has been outstanding, setting the standard for firms that wish to be recognised for achieving excellence, best practice in their field, and ultimately improving the lives of over a million leaseholders.”

 

Alison Crawford, Head of Business Operations at Watsons said: “This is our first year as an ARMA accredited managing agent, which we have added to our RICS and IRPM qualifications. Whether we win in our category or not, the fact that Watsons is being recognised amongst the great and the good of the industry is a real achievement and in a particularly challenging industry, too.”

 

Head of Block & Estate Management, Emily Ransome-Farmer said: “What a fantastic achievement! I am so excited for my team who work so hard to deliver the highest standards of service to our clients.”

 

Watsons would also like to thank the Client Finance, Business Operations, Business Finance, and Building Consultancy teams for their contributions to this success.

 

Winners will be announced at a prestigious awards dinner in London on Friday 17th June 2022. We look forward to celebrating with all the shortlisted businesses on the night.

 

A full list of finalists can be found on the awards website here.

 

At Watsons, we understand the commitment required to maintain buildings and developments. We are one of East Anglia’s leading property firms and pride ourselves on the reputation that we have achieved amongst the freeholders and leaseholders of our residential sites.

To learn more about our Block & Estate Management services, or to request a quote please get in touch using our contact form.

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