Of course. Unlike the mainstream real estate industry, we are fanatical about the veracity of information we provide to the public.
Sometimes, for the sake of privacy (or when instructed to do so), we use pseudonyms or disguise prices and locations – but, yes, the essence of every story is true.
For example: If Mr and Mrs Jones sold their home in Essendon for $800,000 and the agent ripped them off by $100,000, we may refer to them as Mr and Mrs Smith from Burwood and slightly disguise the price as sold for $810,000, but still lost $100,000.
So, the essence is always correct. Sellers got hurt and sellers lost.
Most loses would never happen if the sellers called us before they called agents.
If you’d like to know more, please contact us