Close this search box.

RE/MAX celebrates their top achievers


RE/MAX of Southern Africa celebrated their agents’ success at a series of glamourous three-course lunches held across the country throughout March. At these events, agents were recognised for their hard work in 2023 and received either a certificate or a trophy, depending on their level of earnings.

“There are various accolades an agent can achieve within the RE/MAX network. Despite 2023 being a tough real estate market, many RE/MAX agents still managed to walk away with impressive achievements. I am incredibly proud of all our agents’ achievements. The success of our brand is built off the hard work and passion of each and every one of our agents,” says Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa.

The Award roadshow kicked off at Grand West in the Western Cape, with over 350 attendees. The next event was held at the Boardwalk Hotel in Gqeberha, with over 200 attendees. The biggest event was next at Emperor’s Palace in Gauteng, where there were a whopping 780 attendees. The roadshow then moved on to the DICC in KZN, hosting over 280 attendees. To end the celebrations, the final event was held at Monte Bello in Bloemfontein with 100 attendees.

Sharing some of the results that were celebrated at these various events, Goslett explains that fourteen associates qualified for the enviable Double Diamond Club Award, which is for those who earned over R7.6m in commission; twenty-nine RE/MAX associates qualified for the Diamond Club Award, which is for those earning R3.8m to R7.6m in commission in 2023; and thirty-five RE/MAX associates qualified for the Titan Club award, which is for those who earn between R2.8m and R3.8m in commission.

Some other notable achievements included:

  • 71 Chairmans Club Award Winners Nationally (earning between R2m and R2.8m in commission) 
  • 116 Sapphire Award Winners Nationally (earning between R1.4m and R2m in commission)
  • 181 Platinum Club winners Nationally (earning between R1M – R1.4M in commission)
  • 179 gold Club Winners Nationally (earning between R750 – R1M in commission)

Top 10 Individuals by Registered Commissions Nationally for 2023

  1. Barbara Sansom, RE/MAX 24 (Mauritius)
  2. Matt de Beer, RE/MAX Masters (Weltevreden Park)
  3. Tanya Sakota, RE/MAX One (Bedfordview)
  4. Karryn Cartoulis, RE/MAX Living (Gardens)
  5. Yvonne Texeira, RE/MAX Wine and Whales (Hermanus)
  6. Clinton Nel, RE/MAX Address (Upper Highway)
  7. Leandi Naude, RE/MAX Property Merchants (Mooikloof)
  8. Sean Phillips, RE/MAX Living (Camps Bay)
  9. Jayson Sprawson, RE/MAX Living (Gardens)
  10.  Lynn Pinn, RE/MAX Living (Sea Point)

Top 10 Rental Agents by Registered Commissions Nationally for 2023

  1. Charlene Maritz, RE/MAX Kalahari (Kathu)
  2. Jann Gill, RE/MAX Property Associates (Table View)
  3. Romano Pieterse, RE/MAX Wildlife Properties (Hoedspruit)
  4. Roger Ramos, RE/MAX Helderberg (Somerset West)
  5. Diedre Hopkins, RE/MAX Premier (Claremont)
  6. Lynndre Lesch, RE/MAX Kalahari (Kathu)
  7. Donavan van Rooyen, RE/MAX Infoglobe (Constantia)
  8. Marinda van der Merwe, RE/MAX Jacaranda (Faerie Glen)
  9. Michael Hauser, RE/MAX Living (Gardens)
  10. Lorraine de Jongh, RE/MAX First (Bloemfontein)

“A special mention also needs to be made to Deanne Hamilton on earning the prestigious Luminary of Distinction Award, which is one of the highest achievements a person can earn within the RE/MAX network. She achieved this in March 2024, and we were able to recognise her at the KZN Award Lunch. She is the second person in SA to receive this exclusive award, and she joins Gerlinde Moser, who received this honour in 2017. Well done on this incredible achievement,” says Goslett.

Commenting on the year as a whole, Goslett says that he is incredibly impressed with the results of the RE/MAX SA network. “Despite the challenges of record-high interest rates and trying economic conditions, our agents were able to achieve some incredible results. It has been a privilege to celebrate these achievements with them at our Awards Events across the country,” he concludes.   

Share this article:

more top news stories

The market needs a rate cut, says BetterBond Property Brief

The market needs a rate cut, says BetterBond Property Brief

Following a national election outcome that has been well received, the new government of national unity (GNU) is committed to preserving the country’s constitution and maintaining the principle of private property rights. In the July BetterBond Property Brief, the focus returns to the repo rate.