RE/MAX Letting appoints Assistant Regional Letting Manager 

Michaela Tabone

Michaela Tabone, a veteran professional in the letting industry has been promoted at RE/MAX Malta as the Regional Assistant Manager for their lettings division.  Ms Tabone will join Edward Agius, the Company’s Regional Letting manager in managing the exponential growth the company is experiencing. The appointment is in line with the Company’s corporate strategy aimed at consolidating RE/MAX Malta position as the number one letting agency.

The company employs 36 letting associates working across the Islands with their main stronghold being Central, Sliema and St Julian’s surroundings areas. The company also has plans to expand its lettings operations further into the North and South of the Islands.

Michaela Tabone has been RE/MAX Letting Associate since 2004 and has won a number of accolades throughout her career, including top letting associate and runner-up of RE/MAX Malta a number of times together with a host of international awards.  Speaking about the appointment, RE/MAX Malta’s CEO Kevin Buttigieg said that, “Michaela has the experience, the business acumen and the real estate knowledge that will compliment the management team in reaching its strategic goals”.

Coined as the “Letting Specialists” owing to it being the only fully-fledged relocation company in Malta in 1999, RE/MAX Malta’s vision realized the demand for a larger team of associates and more comprehensive service before the increased demand of the local letting industry.  RE/MAX Lettings focuses on the experience of the client and provides a number of ancillary services in line with the various needs of a customers relocation needs.

Commenting about Michaela’s appointment Edward Agius, Regional Letting Manager for RE/MAX Lettings said that, “Michaela is the perfect fit to further expand the business and to continue to improve the service in which our clients are accustomed to.” Ms. Tabone will also be assisting in the coordination of training and recruitment of new agents as well as developing the present dedicated training courses for associates working within the outfit.