At Ray White Reservoir we are all about people and possibilities. We have never felt restricted by the traditional constraints of real estate. We’re far more interested in the possibility of what could be. Our culture, our team and our ongoing growth is all part of a carefully planned strategy to build the most customer-focused, successful and progressive agency possible. Our hand-picked team all share a passion for property and a vision for excellence. We work as a tight-knit group, sharing ideas and inspiration, from our Principals right through to our valued support staff.
The reason we’ve gone from strength to strength is simple. We love what we do and we’re good at doing it. We are a comprehensive full service agency offering a broad spectrum of real estate and related services, making us a one stop shop for all your needs. We have a clear vision for the future which involves strategic growth, ongoing nurturing of our client relationships and continued investment in our people and technology.
As the area’s largest agency, we attract more buyers. We aspire to being the first point of call for anyone looking to buy, sell or rent in the local area, or anyone simply looking for expert real estate advice.)
We have a department within Ray White which solely specialises in the marketing and sale of units, townhouses and apartments throughout the City of Darebin and beyond. We have an extremely large database of current buyers looking to purchase in the area. We are also the only estate agency that has the potential to market your property to a website that is dedicated for Chinese buyers (www.acproperty.com.au).
Within Ray White Reservoir we have a fluent Chinese speaking agents John Shi and Danny Wang. Reservoir and Preston are definitely two of the main areas that Chinese buyers and investors are very interested in. On top of this, we obviously market your property to a number of different websites realestate.com.au, domain.com.au, homehound, realestateview and the Ray White websites as well. Leader newspaper advertising is a possibility if you wish to advertise through this medium, as well as The Melbourne Times and Chinese Age.
If the property is vacant, we would recommend hire furniture for the period of the campaign, which has proven to be a great advantage, and definitely viable in regards to outlay vs return. Exclusive 4-page brochures, an 8x6ft photo/descriptive board, e-blasts to our current buyer database are all part of our marketing campaign.)