With over 15 years experience in the Real Estate Industry, predominantly as a highly successful Consultant and Manager at Harcourt’s Narre Warren, Steve was arguably Narre Warren’s finest agent which culminated in the recognition of being the ‘No 1 Exclusive Listing Agent of 2011 for Harcourt’s Victoria and No 3 throughout Australia for 2011.
When you employ Steve Harrison as your Agent, you are engaging someone with a fine attention to detail, impressive client database and a strong team focus. Coupled with the strong team within the Berwick and Narre Warren Offices of O’Brien Real Estate, employing Steve to market your home will ensure you get an insatiable work ethic that will ensure that the sale of your property is handled in the best possible way.
Steve and his wife Nicole and their 3 children; Brodie, Tahlia and Abby live in Casey and together they enjoy spending quality time together and being involved in the children’s sporting endeavors. Steve loves real estate and is consistently improving himself through regular training sessions, which gives him a strategic edge when negotiating the best price possible for his Vendors. “You only get one chance when negotiating the highest price for your asset! Hence employing a skilled professional will maximize the price you achieve. The difference between the best and an average agent is minimum $15,000 – $20,000 for our vendors” Said Steve. To experience Steve’s difference….call today!!
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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.