Auctioneer Richard Earle told the crowd he would replace the popular neighbours with a great new family, and things looked promising when he secured an opening bid of $1,550,000. The bidder stood well back from proceedings and looked on as a vendor bid was then pencilled in at $1,575,000. Another $5000 raise from the original bidder was given the nod. A crowd search for some competition proved fruitless, and the property was passed in on the bid of $1,580,000 prompting a stroll inside for post auction negotiations. Bought after.
Saturday 17 March 2012, 1:00pm
Richard Earle, Jellis Craig
Sue Wooldridge, Jellis Craig
What happens when four bidders want one home. If you're with James you win if you want to.
The value of James was the patience and knowing in negotiation that I don't think other advocates would have, it helped us to secure a favourable price in an ever changing market.. The property we were interested in was passed in at auction, James stepped in, and the first thing they did was make sure we were really interested in acquiring the property, not from just an emotional point of view, but that it would really suit ...