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  • cube
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    Originally posted by NomoneyNotalk View Post
    Hi Mia,

    So are you trying to get investors interested and then you call the owners and ask them if they wanna sell?

    Some property agents do this while i was overseas. They first offered me a property mostly sections and ask how much would you pay for this one, then they try to find the owner and tell them someone is interested to buy your property at a good price, and made up a figure then try to find out the owner's price expectation.

    Then agents would come back to the investor and try to make a deal
    Sounds like being a real estate agent to me, if that is the case. I wonder where the details of the agency can be found.

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  • Damap
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    Another one of the "all New Zealand" links from the facebook page :-)

    uspropertyevent(dot)com.au/

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  • BigDreamer
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    Originally posted by Damap View Post
    My goodness soon you will be taking this troll seriously?
    Haha

    I seriously have no idea what to really think of this thread. ..

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  • BigDreamer
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    Originally posted by Damap View Post
    My goodness soon you will be taking this troll seriously?
    Haha

    I seriously have no idea what to really think of this thread. ..

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  • Maccachic
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    Might be demand for bridges loads of those lying round the country...Ill get a photo if you like just deposit $10k holding deposit into my account

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  • Damap
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    My goodness soon you will be taking this troll seriously?

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  • NomoneyNotalk
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    Originally posted by BigDreamer View Post
    That would be ok but marketing a property as abandoned and looking for offers before engaging the owners sounds so wrong!

    What if someone owned a property but went to work overseas and left the property empty without renting it out. Does that make it ok for a stranger to take a photo of that house and market it on their site to make business without talking to the owner?

    Hi Big Dreamer,
    Yes it's not ok to take photos without permission. I was referring to the overseas agents that i don't like because of the style they were marketing the house, i think it's unethical selling something that is not for sale. So i never buy from that kind of agents but often annoyed by their phone calls.

    I hope it's not happening here too

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  • BigDreamer
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    Originally posted by NomoneyNotalk View Post
    Hi Mia,

    So are you trying to get investors interested and then you call the owners and ask them if they wanna sell?

    Some property agents do this while i was overseas. They first offered me a property mostly sections and ask how much would you pay for this one, then they try to find the owner and tell them someone is interested to buy your property at a good price, and made up a figure then try to find out the owner's price expectation.

    Then agents would come back to the investor and try to make a deal
    That would be ok but marketing a property as abandoned and looking for offers before engaging the owners sounds so wrong!

    What if someone owned a property but went to work overseas and left the property empty without renting it out. Does that make it ok for a stranger to take a photo of that house and market it on their site to make business without talking to the owner?

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  • NomoneyNotalk
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    Hi Mia,

    So are you trying to get investors interested and then you call the owners and ask them if they wanna sell?

    Some property agents do this while i was overseas. They first offered me a property mostly sections and ask how much would you pay for this one, then they try to find the owner and tell them someone is interested to buy your property at a good price, and made up a figure then try to find out the owner's price expectation.

    Then agents would come back to the investor and try to make a deal

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  • Glizzle
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    Please show some respect, its Mangere, Manurewa, Otahuhu.

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  • mia61
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    Originally posted by Davo36 View Post
    I want to buy one mia69, please tell me how?
    ..send me your email or number..are you interested in the mangere, manurewa,otahuhu houses let me know

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  • Damap
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    Well you pick one of the houses he randomly photographed or pulled from trademe then pay a small non refundable deposit to his bank account: Account name General Reverand Kevin Aitemidayo Ngozichukwu and wait for title to be transferred :-)

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  • Davo36
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    I want to buy one mia69, please tell me how?

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  • Glizzle
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    Originally posted by mia61 View Post
    go to my fb page
    Wanting serious investors, using amateur ways.

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  • Maccachic
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    I heard once that the scammers deliberately make their scams a bit off, to put off the intelligent people so they don't waste there time on people who wont fall for it...

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