Licensed Estate Agent/Auctioneer
Anthony Molinaro commenced his career in real estate in the property management sector, he quickly displayed his talent and ability which has resulted in a swift promotion into a sales role where he has excelled.
Anthony is incredibly passionate about the industry and helping his clients achieve their real estate goals and is now on track to become one of the finest real estate agents in the state. Anthony’s ability has been recognised state wide with him achieving agent and Auctioneering awards
As a result of his charisma and capability, Anthony’s career has escalated quickly, with much of his listings coming through repeat business and referrals from clients who have been amazed at his work ethic, professionalism, willingness to go above and beyond and his knowledge of the industry and the area. Anthony’s strengths lie in his integrity, open and transparent communication style and his ability to engender trust with his clients, encouraging them to share information and knowledge about their property which enables him to achieve their best result in an excellent timeframe. Anthony is more than happy to offer advice or have a coffee with anyone who may have some questions about buying or selling, again demonstrating his generous and kind nature.
Anthony is a proud father to Ariana and Isaac and husband to Maria and in his spare time, he enjoys spending quality time with his family. If not with his family, Anthony can be found at the local golf course or watching his beloved Carlton Blues at the MCG.
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Auction sales remain strong with 879 auctions scheduled in Victoria this week and with the results collected thus far a 75% clearance rate has been recorded. There has been a resurgence in Auction sales in the South East Suburbs within the municipalities of Cardinia, Casey, and Greater Dandenong. The team at OBrien Real Estate achieved a 82% success rate at auctions this week with an average day on market of 26 days. A notable sale in Narre Warren North this week which required by request of the vendor formal registration of bidders prior to the auction. There were 16 registered bidders of which more than a dozen competed for the property with an eventual selling price of $1,970,000.