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Australia High-profile real estate agent who has sold homes worth $132million in total is charged with stealing 'open house' signs from his competitors

06:17  26 may  2020
06:17  26 may  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Top real estate agents feel that open houses are a waste of time if solely used to find a buyer for your home . In real estate , an open house is when a real estate agent welcomes in prospective buyers (and Real estate agents benefit the most from using open houses to network with potential clients.

However, if your house is worth half a million dollars or more, and houses are flying off the market, then asking for a 1-percent or 2-percent reduction of the agent ’s my home was for sale last year with a real estate agency Some people who looked at it had their agent approach me about selling it now.

A high-profile real estate agent known for selling million-dollar mansions has allegedly been caught stealing open house signs from his competitors.

Daniel Gonzalez, who owns Realty Lane, has been charged with two counts of stealing the signs in Perth suburbs Sorrento and in North Beach, during February and May. 

The 41-year-old is well known in the real estate industry and was awarded for the highest value of property sold in 2018 after selling 119 properties worth $132 million.

a woman posing for a picture: Daniel Gonzalez, who owns Realty Lane has been charged with two counts of stealing open house signs from other agents © Provided by Daily Mail Daniel Gonzalez, who owns Realty Lane has been charged with two counts of stealing open house signs from other agents He had spent the last decade as a professional drummer for the band Tijuana Cartel before starting up Realty Lane in January, 2017.

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Perhaps real estate agents really do sell their own homes for more. But just as with any simple statistic, the data can only tell us that a correlation exists while In real estate , a short sale is when a homeowner in financial distress sells his or her property for less than the amount due on the mortgage.

A real estate agent can help you sort through the details and find an apartment building with a rent you can cover in a good neighborhood. However, in housing markets with a limited supply of rentals, you could That's when having an agent who knows the neighborhood pays off. One way to ease the

The company was initially a one-man show and ran without a shop front for nine months.

Gonzalez had no experience in real estate before starting his own business which now sells multi-million dollar beachfront homes.

The self-confessed 'rockstar to million-dollar real estate agent' was ranked first in Western Australia for real estate last year.

a group of people posing for a photo: Gonzalez (middle) is an award winning agent and was ranked first in Western Australia last year © Provided by Daily Mail Gonzalez (middle) is an award winning agent and was ranked first in Western Australia last year He will now face Perth Magistrate's Court on June 11, the West Australian reported. 

Last year, Gonzalez told Domain he was 'obsessed' with success.

'I am obsessed with achieving the best outcome for our clients every time,' he said.

'The responsibility of representing them is not something I take for granted and feel honoured to be chosen.'

a man standing in front of a crowd: The 41-year-old will face Perth Magistrates Court over the charges on June 11 © Provided by Daily Mail The 41-year-old will face Perth Magistrates Court over the charges on June 11

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A 10-year-old boy will face court after leading police on a chase through the suburbs of Bunbury on Monday night. Police spokeswoman Susan Usher said Bunbury police saw a Toyota Landcruiser, which had earlier been reported stolen, driving north on Parade Road in Withers just after 10pm.Officers tried to stop the car but it sped away, turning left on Hudson Road. The car was stopped a short time later on Halsey Street in South Bunbury.

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