Market Comment – Monday 17th December 2007

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With the year drawing to a close there were quite a few frenzied negotiations over the weekend. Nobody wants to be left with “stale” property this week. If there are any properties you have had your eye on that have passed in or been sitting on the market a few weeks longer than normal, then now is the time to go after it.

It is a rare occurrence that an eleventh hour deal is not struck by quite a few agencies around Melbourne, coming into the Christmas hiatus.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our clients, the fantastic staff here at JPP and also all our new regular readers and new visitors to our web site who have all assisted in making the move to our new premises in Caulfield an outstanding success. From all the staff at JPP, I would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season and whilst I am looking forward to a short break, I am looking forward to next year and the trials and tribulations that it shall bring.

Good luck to all

Ian James

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Ian has been operating his own businesses for more than 25 years. During this time the self taught lessons of building the business, dealing with staff, suppliers, clients and economic woes have been invaluable. Ian is a fully licensed Real estate Agent, a member of the REIV and registered with the Business Licensing Authority.

Buying property is not just sticking up your hand and outbidding your rival. It is an emotional, fiscal and psychological decision that needs to be planned and well executed. Ian is usually involved in over three hundred property negotiations per year; ranging from the $250,000 first unit purchase for a young couple to multiple million dollar residential developments. Ian's business background and endless numbers of negotiations make him one of the industry's leading negotiators.

Ian is married with two adult children, living in Patterson Lakes. He is a keen fisherman when weather and business allows the time.

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