Lachie is a customer-service-oriented real estate agent whose aim is to help buyers and sellers in the Mornington Peninsula region.
Representing the Mornington Peninsula community, Lachie’s enthusiastic, can-do attitude and caring nature is ideal for identifying each client’s desires and skilfully guiding them to fulfil their real estate goals. Having been raised on the Mornington Peninsula, Lachie understands and appreciates the many unique areas as well as the opportunities for growth that the peninsula has to offer. Currently residing in Mount Eliza, Lachie will be ensuring that he remains active in the community for many years to come.
Having a background in customer service, Lachie knows that negotiations are a big part of the real estate process, and it’s an area in which he excels. He understands how to negotiate in a non-adversarial fashion, to keep things on track and to avoid unnecessary hassles and hurdles.
Lachie is an active member in the community having previously built a footpath at The Briars. As well as community work, Lachie is very passionate about his sport. Actively participating in Cricket, Football and Soccer all around the Peninsula.
Being a part of the O’Brien Mornington team, Lachie brings an energetic and fresh outlook on all opportunities ensuring that the process is both enjoyable and rewarding for the client.
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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%.