Royal battle! Harcourts telephone game

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Harcourts Game of Phones sees competitors calling and confirming as many ratings as possible.

The announcement:

Real estate royalty recently battled it out in the Harcourts 2022 National Rating Campaign.

‘Harcourts Game of Phones – Appraisals are Coming’ saw agents, property managers and offices from across the continent compete for the supreme glories of being named ‘Greatest of Call Time’, ‘The Call Star’ or ‘Landlord of the Rings’.

Open to all Harcourts, NAI Harcourts and Nutrien Harcourts agents and offices, Game of Phones attracted a large number of eager participants.

“We are just delighted with the enthusiastic reception of our One Team across Australia,” said Kingmaker and Australian CEO Adrian Knowles.

In a strictly timed period, competitors had to call and confirm as many expertises as possible. Armed with advice and training scripts, everyone’s phones heated up as the numbers piled up.

“As well as going to one of our main values ​​- fun and laughter – the training and application of learned skills go beyond the ‘Game’ and into the real business of real estate”, continued Mr. Knowles.

“Generate listings and sales.”

Harcourts Game of Phones took place over two sessions, with entertainment and other advice in between.

It was an intense morning, but then, fortified by the pizza, the competition turned up a notch in the afternoon.

With live video crossovers to Harcourt’s offices across the board, competitors were acutely aware of each other’s numbers.

The sand in the hourglass flowed as time ticked away, and with the chilling cry of “Phones down!”, the game was over.

“It was as fun and as energetic as an auction!” laughed auction co-host Christian Hamilton, “and from me, that’s saying something!”

As well as being an exciting competition in its own right, Game of Phones is a precursor to two monster auction weekends taking place in October.

Called ‘The Big Bid’, they promise to be another special Harcourts event.

“Harcourts Game of Phones turned out to be a most majestic battle! Full of furious fun, it was a morning of gorgeous manic messages and an afternoon of amazing judging articulations,” enthused Mr. Knowles as the counts were made and the calls were tallied.

In the end, the numbers told the story:

More than 500 brave souls took part in the battle, making approximately 2214 successful rating reservations. Each made the pride of the kingdom of Harcourts.

Drum roll!

The winners of the National Appraisal Drive Game of Phones 2022 were:

• With 58 immensely impressive appraisals, Ring Most Office PM Appraisals National Owners go to Harcourts Warragul. Congratulations!

• With an incredible 50 ratings, goes to Taylah Matukin. Well done!

• With an outstanding number of 387 ratings, the national “Best call time” award for most office ratings goes to Harcourts Solutions. Fantastic teamwork!

• With an incredible 142 ratings, the National ‘Call Star’ with the most individual ratings goes to Vihari Devarakonda. Exceptional!

And now, moving alphabetically through the realm:

NSW/ACT

‘Best call time’ Most office ratings, with 78 ratings, go to Harcourts Kellyville.

And the NSW/ACT ‘The Call Star’ with the most individual ratings, with 29 ratings, goes to Ben Singh.

queensland

‘Best call time’ Most office reviews, with 387 reviews, go to Harcourts Solutions.

And Queensland ‘The Call Star’ with the most individual ratings, with 142 ratings, goes to Vihari Devarakonda.

southern australia

‘Best call time’ Most office ratings, with 186 ratings, go to Harcourts Packham.

And South Australia’s highest number of individual “The Call Star” ratings with 45 ratings goes to Fraser Maggi.

Tasmania

‘Best call time’ Most office ratings, with 76 ratings, ended in a draw between Harcourts Burnie and Harcourts Launceston.

And Tasmania’s highest number of individual ‘The Call Star’ ratings with 27 goes to Andrew of Bomford.

Victoria

‘Best call time’ Most office ratings, with 250 ratings, go to Harcourts Rata & Co.

And Victoria ‘The Call Star’ with the most individual ratings with 32 ratings, goes to Pat Zoccali.

Western Australia

‘Best call time’ Most office ratings, with 128 ratings, go to Harcourts Alliance.

And Western Australia’s ‘The Call Star’ with 39 ratings goes to Paul and Lisa Harris.

…And as the dust settles,
The battle being done,

Crowns on the heads of the victors,
A day of laughter and fun.
Ratings have multiplied,
Now phone-fighters to their homes,
Looking forward to next year
Harcourts telephone game!

Source: Harcourts Communications Australia

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