How to enter

Entry guidance notes – all categories

The Negotiator Awards 2024 is open for entry.

These Awards are free to enter for all – estate and letting agents and suppliers, no catch, no hidden charges. We aim to be as inclusive as possible. That’s why The Negotiator Awards is the UK’s leader for residential property – and the one to win!
The deadline for entries is midnight, 31st July 2024, this is the final deadline and no further extensions will be offered. The Shortlist will be announced in September.


Just click on the ‘ENTER NOW’ button on the ‘ENTER HERE’ page in the menu bar and follow the steps. You can enter as many categories as you like (previously limited to four), as long as you qualify. You have to register online as the first step. You’ll then receive an account confirmation email to validate your account.

Once your account is set up, you can start your application. Remember to save it as you go and return at any time, by logging in again using your email address and password, to continue and complete your Category entry or entries.

Entry to The Negotiator Awards is FREE




Preparing your entry

This is essential reading – do not start your entry without reading and following this guide.


Category choice and deadline.

You have until midnight on 31st July 2024 to send in your complete submission – but don’t leave it until the last minute! Use the time well. You can save and return to your entry to update and amend it any time until the Entry Deadline. Start early and don’t pressure yourself.

Decide which categories to enter. You can enter as many categories as you like, as long as you qualify (previous years limited this to four). Regional categories provide more of a chance of winning, so consider entering both national and regional categories – you could even win both!. Regional category success is very valuable for local business.

If you are a supplier, carefully consider which category you best fit into; if in doubt, please contact us for guidance.

The Judges’ key criteria

You are judged entirely on what you provide. Do not expect the judges to go looking for more information about you, although they may contact you for verification of your statements.

You have five or six key criteria to satisfy the judges, plus a ‘free-form’ field for you to upload supporting materials.

Each field has a maximum of 500 words. Use as much of this space as you can – a good, shortlist-qualifying entry will use all the word allocation allowed. Give the judges as much information as the space allows; the more information, the better the entry.

Back up each field with supporting material – verifiable facts and evidence supporting your written claims. Simply saying your team is great is not enough – you need to provide evidence, examples and where asked to provide third party testimonials.

You will be judged entirely on your submission, so use the space to give the judges as full a picture as you can.

Supporting information

After each Criteria field, depending on what the criteria is asking, you can upload material such as:

CPD and course certificates, qualifications, memberships of professional bodies and associations, redress schemes, CMP schemes, other awards and independent recognition. Evidence of legal compliance to regulations.

• Reviews and ratings – show the judges how your business and service is rated using Trustpilot, Google Reviews and any other customer review platforms which demonstrate how you are rated by users of your services.

Marketing materials (pamphlets, images of campaigns), links to videos, infographics.

Financial information – this is not mandatory, but will strengthen your case if you can show verifiable growth in turnover/profit or evidence of success. All information supplied is kept in strict confidence.

Metrics supporting year on year growth and performance – stats, graphs, charts – generated from portals that you use, or software CRM systems that generate Key Performance Indicators.

Judges may contact you for verification of any figures or statements you make in your submission and by entering you give your permission for them to do so.

Regional categories: focus on your standing in that region, your business and customer relationships, how you have made your region your ‘patch’.

You can also upload supporting documents in almost any format to support each of the five points.

As a tip to uploading your entry, plan your submissions and documents ‘offline’ and then copy and paste into the fields and upload your supporting documents when you and your colleagues are all happy with what makes up your entry. Upload text from a text file with no formatting, preferably.

REMEMBER TO SAVE YOUR ENTRY AS YOU GO! If you don’t the page will time out and you will lose your work.

Click here to see the benefits of entering and winning
  • You’ll win business by being an Award-winner
  • You’ll be recognised and endorsed as the ‘best’
  • You’ll add value and credibility to your business
  • You’ll express your pride in your achievements
  • You’ll motivate colleagues and staff
  • You’ll inspire trust from your clients, in your business
  • You’ll join the elite in UK residential property – winners of The Negotiator Awards
  • You’ll create news and excitement in the media
  • You’ll enjoy the fantastic experience of collecting your award
  • You’ll beat your competitors!
Good luck!


Read Terms and conditions
  • Entry is online only at this website.
  • All entries and answers to questions must be answered truthfully and in full.
  • Entries must be submitted by the specified closing date of 31st July 2024. You will receive an email confirming receipt of your entry, after submitting it. If you do not receive one, check your spam filter. If you have no confirmation of receipt, please contact us.
  • By entering you agree to the information in your entry being shared with our judges, solely for the purposes of The Negotiator Awards. Judges are under NDA not to disclose any confidential information.
  • You may also be contacted by a member of our team or one of our judges, if they believe they need any further information or clarification.
  • The judges’ decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • If you are shortlisted for an award you are expected to attend the event. Please do not enter if you are not prepared to attend.
  • There are no complimentary tickets available.
  • Propertydrum Ltd, the organiser of The Negotiator Awards, accepts no responsibility for any consequential loss or damage incurred or claimed by any person or organisation entering the Awards.
  • Whilst Propertydrum Ltd makes every effort to vet entrants to the Awards as far as this is practical, we do rely on the honesty and truthfulness of the entrant in making their entry. Propertydrum Ltd accepts no responsibility for any consequential loss or damages suffered or claimed by any party, as a result of a dishonest entry to the Awards.
  • In the event of information coming to light subsequent to the awarding of an Award which materially affects the basis of judgement and awarding of that Award to a significant degree, Propertydrum Ltd reserves the right to cancel the Award and rescind all rights of the recipient to use The Negotiator Awards branding in any way whatsoever. The cancellation of the Award will be reported on The Negotiator website. The decision of Propertydrum Ltd will be final and not open to appeal or discussion.
  • By entering The Negotiator Awards, entrants agree to be bound by these Terms & Conditions.


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