Just as we are all unique, so is each property
Without a doubt our homes and the properties in which we become involved reflect ourselves. Accordingly, an individual focus, consideration, thought-through presentation and energy are essential if the highest and best is to be achieved in the selling process.
In the mainstream market, an appropriate marketing campaign will see the experienced operator achieve the best from the identified buyers. It is very simple for potential vendor / clients to select whom they think will best represent them in the process, and a results-based selection criteria based on what the agent has actually sold themselves is generally the best.
The upper echelon market is no different; a general preference for a low-profile sale makes it especially important to be able to know whom is likely to be interested in which property, and without a doubt confidence grows from having achieved certain benchmarks on multiple occasions.
We are all unique, which is why each property and each approach is different.
Over 50 years’ of Eastern Sydney Sales
Pillinger is proud of our dedication to our profession and over 50 years’ of experience selling properties throughout Eastern Sydney. From bedsitters to properties in the tens of millions, our experience and knowledge continues to get results and smash records.
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The son of Sydney real estate ‘Doyen’, Ron Pillinger, Brad has inherited his father’s focus and determination, learning negotiation simply by listening.
After graduating in Commerce / Marketing from the University of New South Wales, he worked a blue chip clientele for a major network’s commercial city office from 1989 – 1995.
Brad entered the Double Bay market in 1995 and within weeks of arriving he sold the Heinze Estate, ‘Fintry’ in Bellevue Hill, a property he re-sold for $10.2M.
Brad has a unique list of properties which repeat all through his resume. The pinnacles being Villa Igiea, Vaucluse three, times most recently sold for over $50,000,000.00 being the second highest sale by price in Sydney’s history and Caerleon, Bellevue Hill which Brad has sold on its last three occasions and on all three occasions it has been Bellevue Hill’s highest price at that time.
Sales in the top ten by price have featured every year he has worked; that’s just over 20 years, every year in top 10 sales by price.
Brad has made seven personal sales over $20,000,000 including Villa Igiea for an undisclosed price over $50,000,000, Wunulla Road, Point Piper for circa $30,000,000, ‘Camp Cove’ Watsons Bay for $24,900,000 and 9 Wolseley Crescent, Point Piper for $24,000,000.
Sales across the spectrum excite Brad and his focus is on achieving the very best for each individual vendor regardless whether it is a landmark sale or a bedsitter. From a Mona Road bedsitter for under $350,000 to a Vaucluse estate for over $50,000,000; this is the range of sales by Brad Pillinger.
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‘Do the right thing by people’ is Blaise’s motto and it’s an ethos that has served him well and seen him develop a loyal clientele who rely on him for astute advice, exceptional results and an enjoyable sales experience.
Blaise’s interest in real estate dates back to the mid 1970s when he began his working life in construction before taking up a role with Qantas. He later went on to enhance his skills in property development, licensing and auctioneering.
Now, as a proud long-time Eastern Suburbs resident and respected real estate identity, Blaise brings considerable value and insight to the table. His broad market knowledge, honed negotiation skills and desire to succeed have kept him at the forefront of Sydney Eastern Suburbs real estate, while his empathy and integrity make dealing with him a pleasure.
An avid skier, Blaise was a pioneer of Australian freestyle skiing in the late 1970s and by the time he retired as a professional he had claimed the National Title three years in a row.