Property Consultant / Auctioneer / Licensed Estate Agent
As one of the most experienced Licensed Estate Agents in the City of Casey, Keith Sloan is a sought after real estate professional whose results speak for themselves. With over 15 years of experience, a multitude of industry awards, and a likeable, down to earth nature, Keith is very highly regarded by his team, his peers and the large, loyal client base he has supported over the years.
Keith is known for the genuine, honest way in which he interacts with people. It’s understandable that vendors have an initial level of apprehension. “They’re selling a very large asset. It doesn’t take long to develop a rapport, which is very important when working together towards a common goal”.
That same ability to communicate openly and positively has Keith developing trusting, comfortable relationships with buyers too. This is an essential foundation when time to negotiate for the highest price. His sharp negotiation skills and innovative sales, marketing and auctioneering methods have, in fact, seen Keith personally be involved with over 1,500 property sales throughout the City of Casey. Keith is married to Nicola and they have a daughter, together they love to travel and find new places to explore.
Keith’s favourite time is with family and friends and is passionate about fishing, golf and the AFL
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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%.