Knight Frank's international residential property search website - http://search.knightfrank.com - has won the title of "the world's best real estate agency website" at the International Residential Property Awards 2009 held in association with CNBC in San Diego last week. These awards are the property industry’s most prestigious awards programme dedicated to finding the best real estate professionals across the globe.
Knight Frank was awarded 5* in the Daily Mail UK Property Awards 2009 for the best UK estate agency website. They then went on to compete against all the other regional finalists from Asia Pacific, Europe, Africa, Arabia and the Americas for the global title. Entries were judged by a large panel of professionals whose collective knowledge of the property industry is second to none and unsurpassed by any other property awards.
Jason Leven, head of Knight Frank's web development comments "Winning the International Award in San Diego and our recent success at the awards in London, is great recognition helping cement our standing in the international marketplace, providing assurance to all our clients that we offer the best internet marketing exposure in the world."
The International Residential Property Awards are backed by the following media sponsors: The New York Times, CNBC, Daily Mail, The Sydney Morning Herald, Bangkok Post and the Sin Chew Daily.
The Knight Frank property search is aimed at individuals who value quality and require a varied selection. It makes browsing the best international properties on the market a compelling experience, which effectively connects buyers to their ideal property. There are currently over 5000 properties to view on the website from all over the world.