Greg Davis commenced his real estate career in 2008, where he has successfully leveraged his past skills and experience as a Training and Development Manager, to quickly gain an edge enabling him to build a large following of loyal clients who continuously refer friends, family and colleagues based on their success.
Greg has a deep appreciation for the amount of trust his clients place in him in helping them to make such important decisions which often affect their families and long term financial security. He is adept at understanding the local Phillip Island market and providing advice which assists his clients make informed and timely decisions ultimately leading to a highly desirable sales result.
Greg’s drive, enthusiasm and passion for real estate is evident upon meeting him, which often leads to high levels of excitement and commitment from his vendors, who partner with him from the outset, determined to achieve a great result as a team. Greg believes success can only come from hard work and determination, two traits he brings to all his real estate transactions, culminating in gratitude from his clients who are often amazed at his tireless levels of energy through the entire process. Greg’s clients know his tenacity and conviction will ultimately deliver them the best possible result.
In his spare time, Greg enjoys time away with his family, catching the odd fish and trying to improve his golf handicap.
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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.