Midland real estate agent wins First National’s highest honour


Cambell Giles being presented with the Kaye Memorial Award. Pic: Cambell Kaye Heath.
Cambell Giles being presented with the Kaye Memorial Award. Pic: Cambell Kaye Heath.

MIDLAND real estate agent Cambell Giles has been presented with First National Real Estate’s highest honour, the Kaye Heath Memorial Award, at its convention on the Gold Coast.

Mr Giles’ parents opened their agency in Midland in 1973 and then joined First National in 1984, making them founding members of the agency’s WA network.

First National chief executive Ray Ellis said it was an example of the inter-generational businesses that typically made up the cooperative network.

“Cambell has been an outstanding contributor to First National for over 20 years, going above and beyond in his service to clients,” he said.

“This Midland agency has continued to be a local leader – having twice been recognised by Canstar Blue for ‘overall customer satisfaction’.

“There would scarcely be a rural, commercial or technology committee that Cambell has not contributed to at some stage over the past two decades.”

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