Property Mavens welcomes Michael Kimbel to FutureWave. Melbourne - 12 July 2021
Property Mavens welcomes Michael Kimbel to FutureWave, a new initiative by this leading Melbourne firm.
Michael is a former finance specialist and a Licensed Estate Agent with 10 years’ experience in Melbourne real estate. He was awarded Sales Agent of the Year before transitioning to a Buyer’s Agent role within a national firm.
He will now be an independent owner under the leading-edge FutureWave model, which puts owners and clients in the driver’s seat.
As a Buyer’s Agent, Michael will be advising investors on how to build their portfolios and helping first-time and upgrading buyers find the perfect home for their family.
As a Vendor Advocate, he will be helping clients get the best possible result when selling. This includes advice on how to go to market, prepare a property for sale, selecting and managing the right agent and negotiating fees and terms.
Property Mavens FutureWave is unique. It provides Australians with an independent property professional dedicated to their interests, with expert help on buying, selling and using the right strategies to build wealth through property.
Property Mavens FutureWave is Australia's first franchised Buyer and Vendor Advocacy opportunity.
About Property Mavens
Property Mavens is a multi-award-winning advocacy firm based in Melbourne, helping investors and home buyers achieve their property goals
For further information or to arrange an interview with Property Mavens Director, Miriam Sandkuhler, call +61 3 9988 2266 or email email@example.com
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