Property Search 4U has participated since 2007 in the Australian Achiever Awards – Real Estate Awards based on 8 criteria, scored separately by our clients:
2015: Winner
2013: Winner
2011: Winner


  • Time Related Service 99%
  • Client Needs 100%
  • Care and Attention 100%
  • Value (does customer satisfaction outweigh the cost?) 100%
  • Attitude 99%
  • Communication 99%
  • Overall Perception 97%
  • Referral 96%

Since 1998, the Australian Achiever Awards are an independent, unbiased award system based on assessment ratings from companies’ own clients – and are therefore an indication of a well-run, healthy business, worthy of patronage.

The award focus on seven criteria, namely: Time Related Service, Addressing Client Needs, Care and Attention, Value, Attitude, Communication and Overall Perception.

The real estate awards criteria are rated individually in percentage terms and the final score is an amalgam of these. Anything above 80% overall is regarded as exceptional  and reflects outstanding customer service… Refer Media release.

These real estate awards measure, recognise and reward the success of our client service delivery.

Client Service Delivery is the keystone to a well-run business.  It is as vital to a large public company as it is to a small private enterprise.

Since 1998, the real estate awards process has successfully helped businesses across Australia to measure and improve their customer service focus. The Australian Achiever Awards go directly to the participant’s clients, for their confidential input and feedback.

The Australian Achiever Awards are based solely on client service issues and on Client Service ratings which are scored on feedback directly from clients in a uniquely quantifiable, unbiased and objective process.

Australian Achiever Awards staff remain at arms-length, divorced from any influence that could affect the results.

Real Estate Awards

Australian Achiever Awards asked our clients to provide feedback comments on our areas of strength as well as areas they thought could be improved… Refer complete report.