Book goes out the door

Date: 10 September 2013
The Surf Coast Times and Bellarine Times had a great response to the giveaway of Rick Ottons book. How to buy a house for $1, with many stories received from people about their real estate experiences ranging from buying, selling and renting.

A happy respondent, Ros Robinson, who has had multiple real estate experiences, was delighted to receive a free copy of Ottons book and spoke to the papers about her dealings with real estate agents, ranging from buying her first property 16 years ago, to her most recent sale of a unit through Torquay First National.

Ms Robinson said that her dealings with Hank Moerenhout at Torquay First National had been fantastic.

I chose to deal with Hank because of his sincere, friendly and honest unassuming manner; a good decision because he sold my unit at Jan Juc in five days, and I even received my asking price.’ Ms Robinson explained that her decision to invest in Jan Juc many years ago was based on potential growth in property values, the convenient location in relation to Geelong.

Melbourne and Deakin University, along with being within a great community.

“Jan Juc is a warm friendly neighbourhood with parks and a patrolled beach nearby, unique flora and fauna surrounds and a beautiful beach which is the playground of both young and old.” Overall, Ros has been very happy with her dealings with local agents and her decision to invest in the Torquay area, and welcomes anyone considering it to become part of a fantastic community.

First National Real Estate Torquay

Source: Surf Coast Times, 10 Sep 2013
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