EA Masters Best Estate Agency Supplier Winners Announced

The estate agency and lettings agency communities have spoken - here are the winners of this year's EA Masters Best Estate Agency Supplier Awards...

The overall winner of the EA Masters Best Estate Agency Supplier Award was Property Jungle – a website provider to the estate agency sector for nearly 30 years. Chief Kerfuffler Simon Whale commented “Property Jungle have been synonymous with website creation for estate agents for the best part of 3 decades. I’ve known Mike for years and he’s not one to shout about his own business so I’m delighted to see the industry doing it for him – many congratulations” 

The awards are voted for by estate agents and lettings agents via survey shared through Property Academy. The survey asks agents to rate their suppliers based on how likely they would be to recommend them. This year, reviews on Kerfuffle accounted for 25% of the scores. From this, The best performing suppliers are then identified and rated based on the following: Highly Rated (top 20%), Excellent (top 10%) and Exceptional (top 5%).

In addition to the guide ratings, awards are also presented to the best performing small, medium and large businesses which is based on size of operation. An overall winner across all three categories is then identified as The Best Estate Agency Supplier of the Year.

This year’s winners and runners-up were:

Best Overall Winner – Property Jungle

Best Large Winner – Starberry

Best Large Runners-Up – Vouch and Van Mildert 

Best Medium Winner – Property Jungle

Best Medium Runners-Up – Assured Sales & Progression (ASAP) and Keyzapp 

Best Small Winners – Broomham Recruitment 

Best Small Runners-Up – Stephen J Brown and The Depositary 

Huge congratulations to all of the winners, runners-up and those businesses shortlisted – Team Kerfuffle thinks you rock!

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Let me do all the hard work and recommend products based on three simple questions

1. What are you trying to achieve?

Let me do all the hard work and recommend products based on three simple questions

2. How many offices do you have?

Let me do all the hard work and recommend products based on three simple questions

3. What is your budget?

Well done, that was easy. Once I’ve compiled a list of relevant suppliers where shall I send it?

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