Real Estate Stars Shine Brightly at LeadingRE’s Global Symposium

Gathering member affiliates (virtually) from around the globe, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® (LeadingRE), hosted the 2020 Global Symposium this fall and celebrated the network’s outstanding leaders during the 4th annual Awards Gala —no jacket required.

As LeadingRE Chairman of the Board Diane M. Ramirez, Brown Harris Stevens (New York, N.Y., U.S.A) noted, “While we could not be together in person to celebrate our winners, the significance of these awards is as impressive as ever. It is an honor for us to recognize these companies and individuals who are leaders not only in their local markets, but also within our global real estate community.”

Deasy Penner Podley (Pasadena, Calif., U.S.) and Pinnacle Real Estate Consulting Services, Inc. (Manila, Philippines) earned the Long-Distance Referral Award for collaborating on the referral that traveled the greatest distance to be transacted – 7,294 miles.

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