Shelly has been in the real estate profession since 2008 and during that time has developed a thirst for learning and a passion to achieve the best possible results for her clients.
It was inevitable that Shelly would embrace a career in real estate- following in the footsteps of her father Milton who has been in the industry for in excess of 30 years as both a top salesperson and an agency owner.
Having lived in Somerville for her entire life, Shelly could find no better work environment than within the community where she has grown up and with which she is extremely familiar.
Commencing her career in a property management role where the team was responsible for managing in excess of 800 properties, this first role gave Shelly a testing yet (to a great degree) an ‘apprenticeship’ in managing customers expectations and an understanding of what it means to provide real service. Shelly’s performance and efforts didn’t go unnoticed in her early career, having been rewarded by her company and her peers for her contribution towards customer care.
Shelly realises the importance of offering the best possible service to all clients and knows that her dedication and passion to help her clients pursue their real estate goals, she will in turn achieve her goal of building a reputation second to none.
Having already secured many excellent sales results for her vendors, Shelly is keen to build on these achievements and looks forward to assisting others in their real estate requirements.
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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.