Heave-Ho wins top prizes from Century 21 Global

Heave-Ho wins top prizes from Century 21 Global

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

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CENTURY 21 Heave-Ho Properties recently received a number of awards at the CENTURY 21 Global Convention held in Washington DC, February 22 - 24, 2015, according to a Heave-Ho news release.

The awards presented to the company were: the Centurion Office 2014 Award; Top Producer in the Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas; and Double Centurion Award to Deborah Cumming, Managing Director of the Company.

The Centurion Awards are the most prestigious awards presented to CENTURY 21 sales associates and offices worldwide, and only a small percentage of associates and offices attain this status, the release said.

The Centurion Office 2014 and Top Producer 2014 in the Caribbean, Bermuda and Bahamas awards were granted to the company
for their impressive accomplishments in the real estate sector for the year and were presented to Cumming who accepted on behalf of CENTURY 21 Heave-Ho Properties.

Amongst the company's larger transactions in 2014 was the sale of the Oceana Hotel in downtown Kingston, which was sold to the Downing Street Group of Toronto, Canada. The group, together with Pan-Jamaican Investment Trust, plans to renovate the hotel and provide Kingston with an additional 60,000 sq. ft. of commercial space.

Commenting on the awards, Cumming, who also won the Double Centurion Award for her personal performance, said, "We are proud to have won these awards. It is the second time that we have won Centurion Office, and first time as Top Producer in the Caribbean. I am exceedingly proud of our amazing team of sales associates and support staff and look forward to another stellar year."

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