A genuine and passionate family man with keen attention to detail and a passion for real estate – that is how you would describe Langwarrin specialist, Jared McGovern.
His honest and heartfelt approach to the industry translates exceptionally into his role, providing a carefree foundation of trust and respect for his clients. He highlights; ‘For me, it is getting to help people start chapters, close chapters and move on from situations that I enjoy the most. I get to help in changing people’s lives.’
For Jared, successfully working in real estate is about understanding the customer’s reason ‘why’. For him, the resounding answer to this question is his family. His wife Stephanie and his two boys, Zac and Sean, are the driving factors in Jared’s life and career, inspiring his love for what he does daily. ‘Everything I do in my life, be it work or personal, is to give them opportunities to experience new things, and be better than we were yesterday.’
Combining a competitive edge derived from 25 years of playing basketball, an energetic and friendly demeanour and a sharp sense of humour, Jared creates genuine and sustainable connections through shared interest and mateship, helping Jared pave a new path in the real estate industry. His involvement with the Langwarrin Cricket Club and Girl Guides is a further testament to that fact, sealing him as a ‘mate you can rely on.’
Easy going and known to tell the occasional dad joke (be it good or bad), Jared is a breath of fresh air, ensuring his focus is always on putting his clients first. ‘Jared was one of the least stressful real estate agents we had met. It was all about what we wanted and how we wanted to do it. He said I’m here; I’m working for you.’
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Great news for clients of OBrien Real Estate with the team achieving an 82% clearance at auctions this week.
This week we a look at the national figures which again support the strength in the property market not only here in Victoria but also across the country.
There were 2,837 homes taken to auction across the combined capital cities this week, returning a preliminary auction clearance rate of 74.5%. Last week, in what was the busiest auction week of the year, 3,206 auctions were held and the final clearance rate came in at 73.6%. Over the same week last year, auction volumes were lower with 2,631 homes going under the hammer across the combined capital cities, returning a final auction clearance rate of just 41%.