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What others say...
Henk & Lynne Verwey | Rozelle Henk and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your work in relation to the sale of our property.
From the first time we made contact with you we were both very impressed by the professional advice you provided. We felt extremely confident that you were a true professional and would treat us and our property in a professional manner.
You certainly did not let us down and we are extremely pleased with the result. To sell in three days for more than we expected was amazing.
Thanking you once again.
Ryan B | Drummoyne I didn't think starting this process that I would end up writing a testimonial however upon dealing with Chris I had to make an exception. It's rare that you use the term ethical to describe a real estate agent but I think Chris has found the great middle ground between pursuing my interests as a client and still maintaining an ethical approach to sales. He provided fantastic advice that saved me thousands in otherwise unwarranted costs, provided me with a reasonable expectation of the market and then exceeded those expectations during the negotiations with potential buyers.
If you're looking for someone to represent your interests I don't think you can look past Chris and his team at Harris Partners.