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Maintaining top agent status in a softening market

The current Australian property market is challenging. Rapid and ongoing change combined with a softening market means you’ll need an adaptive mindset to succeed.

Catherine Dixon
September 13, 2018 Todd Stevens 0 comments

Ranked number 49 in the 2018 Top 100 Agents ranking, Phillips Pantzer Donnelley’s Catherine Dixon joins host Tim Neary to share her thoughts on the evolving market, including her views on the much-discussed “Purplebricks” phenomenon.   

Catherine will share why it’s more important than ever to maintain a strong relationship with the vendor, how she keeps her vendors onside if days on market start to creep out, and the one golden advice nugget she continues to live by which she got early in her career.

Catherine will also share:

  • Why you should place extra focus on making phone calls
  • How the media is complicating the selling process in the current cooling market
  • Why you need to adapt to your market’s dynamics — and how to do it!

Tune in now to hear all this and much, much more in this episode of Secrets of the Top 100 Agents!

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