Consumers are conditioned to believe that buying or selling real estate is difficult. For years we have been told we need agents.
Posts by Neil Jenman:
In our drunken desire for possessions it is easy to forget the debt hangover that follows. Within a few months, the glamour of the purchase is replaced by the grind of the payments. Delight turns to depression.
With most home sales, there are three groups of people – sellers, buyers and agents. The sellers want the highest price, the buyers want the lowest price and the agents want a commission. For the buyers and the sellers, this is a dangerous formula.
If you don’t know the tricks used at auctions, you are certain to get hurt. Most auction agents have no regard for your feelings. They want a sale and they don’t care who they hurt.
A bank robber who robbed a bank of almost a quarter of a million dollars has been banned from entering any bank premises for five years.
On a cold August night, back in 2005, I made a big mistake. I made a promise to a journalist by the name of Paul Barry that a woman by the name of Maria Di Benedetto would not lose her home.
There are few sights more ridiculous in the business world than businessmen attempting to defend the indefensible.
Here’s a three word message for sellers – Don’t Pay Anything! At least not until your property is sold and you are satisfied. And don’t pay money for advertising.
Almost ten years after he began his reign of financial terror, Kovelan Bangaru, 43, was this week found guilty in the Sydney District Court on 13 charges of fraud under the NSW Crimes Act.
For many years, Queensland solicitor Tim O’Dwyer has warned would-be property buyers about the likelihood of floods in his normally Sunshine State.