Banjo likes nothing more than spending time outdoors with his wife and three children at home amongst the menagerie of animals on their hobby farm. The family recently made the tree change to their Longwarry property and Banjo says they’re living the dream.
There’s just something about a true AFL supporter. They endure no matter what and Banjo is a case in point. When he’s not watching his team play, Banjo indulges in his passion for music or if the weather is right, he’s drawn to the beach and surf.
Professionally, Banjo has worked in sales and customer service and prior to joining O’Brien Real Estate, he was a bank manager with Bank of Melbourne. Banjo is driven to achieve the best outcome for his clients. His energy, professionalism, wealth of market knowledge and willingness to help are key strengths. Banjo’s commitment to treating clients with respect, to follow up and follow through and to act in his clients’ best interests are commendable. Described by one of his clients as fantastic and one of a kind amongst real estate agents, Banjo is an agent that goes above and beyond his duties.
He gets a genuine kick out of supporting his clients and being a positive influence throughout their journey. His engaging style and strong negotiation and communication skills mean Banjo achieves fantastic results. His performance has been acknowledged by his peers when in July 2018 Banjo came third in the Rising Star Award.
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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%.