Engel & Völkers Americas recently announced the recipients of the company’s top awards for 2018. Maggi Thornhill of Engel & Völkers Whistler was named North America’s top advisor by GCI. Ava Ball of Engel & Völkers Montreal took the No. 5 top production spot ranked by sides.
Max Hahne of Engel & Völkers Collingwood Muskoka was named Volunteer Extraordinaire, which recognizes an individual who has made a significant difference as a Special Olympics volunteer.
Five Canadians were named Private Office advisors, which the company says “undergo a thorough qualification process that considers an advisor’s personal network, past client satisfaction, community standing, market knowledge, average price point, significant transactions and passion for continually learning and evolving their business within their local and global sphere of influence.”
Those receiving this designation were Donna Harding, Engel & Völkers Halifax; Nancy O’Dea, Engel & Völkers Ottawa Central; Maggi Thornhill and Max Thornhill, Engel & Völkers Whistler; and Anne Turcotte, Engel & Völkers Québec.
The shops in Montreal, Vancouver and Victoria were among the company’s top five best offices in North America by GCI, while Engel & Völkers Montreal was the top shop in North America by sides.
North America’s top teams by sides were LeBlanc Piercy Group, Engel & Völkers Victoria and the VANCITYliving Team, Engel & Völkers Vancouver. Ranked by GCI, the VANCITYliving Team was third and the LeBlanc Piercy Group was fourth.