Life-changing property transactions should be handled with the utmost care, respect and expertise. “They’re a major event in people’s lives – and they’re too important to be handled in any other way,” states Mark, whose commitment to outstanding results and impeccable service standards have seen him receive a multitude of prestigious industry awards throughout his career.
An early background in sales and management set Mark in excellent stead for what has been a very successful career since entering the property industry in 2007. By 2008 Mark’s strength in the sales arena placed him amongst the Top 15 salespeople within a large Victorian network. By 2009 he was named Rookie of the Year, the years since seeing him consistently placed amongst an elite handful of the company’s top performing sales consultants. In 2013 Mark was named Number 1 salesperson in the zone.
While the fact that Mark excelled very quickly is testament to his natural flair for customer care and astute sales and negotiation capabilities, he’s quick to acknowledge the combined efforts of the award-winning team at O’Brien’s. “Our office’s success,” he notes, “is due to having the very best real estate people in the area working as a team to achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients.”
Mark, who grew up on the Mornington Peninsula, has extensive knowledge of the local area and its people. He also has a keen understanding of local buyer demographics, buyer motivations and innovative strategies for attracting the most competitive buyer interest. He is also adept at making the experience as easy and stress-free as possible.
Mark, a recipient of the Langwarrin Rotary Club’s Pride of Workmanship Award, is committed to providing a dedicated service and placing his clients’ interests above all else. He’s also a nice guy who is very easy to deal with.
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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%.