Harcourts sales gun Eric Hartanto has received one of the state’s top honours, being crowned the No.1 Assisted Salesperson in Western Australia at the REIWA Awards Ball held at Perth’s Crown Casino recently.
Mr Hartanto, who is no stranger to industry accolades having won the top gong at the Harcourts International Awards earlier this year, was also named as a ‘Grand Master’ for the 8th consecutive year, making him the new No.1 sales representative in the west.
As the Principal and Licensee of the Harcourts Applecross office, Mr Hartanto has long been renowned for working tirelessly and providing the highest level of service at every stage of the real estate transaction.
“Eric’s level of customer service just continues to grow year on year, he has become the true king of consistency,” Harcourts WA CEO, Paul Blakeley said.
“He started his career with Harcourts over 16 years ago and now he has a fantastic profile throughout the region.
“He is committed to ‘doing the right thing’ which has allowed him to build such a great business and reputation - for him to be named No.1 in WA is no surprise, but it’s pretty impressive at the same time.”
Mr Hartanto said he felt honoured to be acknowledged by the industry and his peers, conceding that there was a lot of hard work involved in becoming so successful at his craft.
“No doubt there is a lot of hard work involved, persistency and determination to achieve the best outcome in any environment,” he explained.
“Consistency in the methods and processes, combined with a passion to see my clients dreams and expectations being fulfilled have helped myself and my team produce consistent results year-in, year-out.
Mr Hartanto said the support from his team and family had been imperative to being recognised with such awards and that he had no plans of slowing down now.
“The fantastic support from my family and my highly committed team at Harcourts Applecross has motivated me to be the best in the industry and we would like to set the bar even higher - helping more families to achieve their dreams in real estate.”
Mr Blakely praised both Harcourts Mandurah and Harcourts Alliance for being recognised in two highly competitive REIWA award categories.
“The medium and large office awards are those awarded to your high performing more traditional real estate offices, so there are a lot of businesses who fall into these categories.
“Both of these offices are driven by great culture, a winning culture. They’re not just great places to work but they are a real breeding ground for high performance and this recognition is testament to that,” he added.