Ying had enlisted Wise Real Estate Advice for expert help and advice with intentions of purchasing a second property on her street. She came to us with lots of valid and reasonable questions. ‘What is this property actually worth?’ ‘How do I know if this agent is under quoting?’
Trying to navigate through the sneaky tricks that Real Estate Agents have, she cleverly engaged the help of Senior Buyers Advocate, Mark Ribarsky, who was able to promptly inspect and evaluate the home and provide her with an accurate market value. They found that the agent had quoted the property approximately $200,000 under the appraisal.
With this in mind, Mark formally submitted a private offer to the vendors on Ying’s behalf, in an attempt to take the property off auction and catch all other competition by surprise. The Real Estate Agent was quick to round up all interested parties and the scenario became a boardroom auction late on a Thursday night. As Ying’s Buyers Advocate, Mark attended the auction in her place with an aggressive bidding strategy.
With the advantage of Mark’s expertise, Ying won the auction $50,000 under budget. The competitors had not bid against a Buyers Agent before, and Mark’s expert knowledge and professional skill ultimately took the edge over the competition.
Mark was personable, knowledgeable, and down to earth from the first phone conversation. He gave honest advice that was greatly helpful. In particular, when the section 32 became available and negotiations commenced, we were nervous and worried, but he was really on the ball and helped us along. As days went by, we were more and more glad to have him representing us and giving us sound advice. He helped us to achieve a great result, and took away a lot of the stresses of the situation.