Haesley Cush

Haesley Cush

Haesley Cush is a licensed real estate agent and award-winning auctioneer, based in Brisbane. He's been working the gavel since 1996. He regularly travels Australia and New Zealand working with agents, seeing first hand how the various markets are moving. For more information visit https://rwnf.com.au/agents/haesley-cush/11664
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    Fortune favours the brave, when it comes to auctions: Haesley Cush

    Fortune favours the brave. It’s an expression I’ve used a few times over the years. But I have referred to this a bit recently as I’ve found a few buyers of late seem to have a limited understanding of auction and subsequently are turning up yet planning on not participating. However by not bidding and letting the property pass in this has only led to a far more competitive and uncomfortable situation straight after the auction as they enter a closed door negotiation or what is commonly referred to as a dutch auction. …

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    The Market – Generous one day, brutal the next: Haesley Cush

    Last week, I was again reminded that the ‘affordability crisis’ is not a nationwide issue when I spent time with agents in Perth. Our Western Australian friends have faced a massive downturn in the market and there is no talk of frivolous breakfasts laden with avo and lattes with our comrades in the West. In speaking with the agents over there I found myself reflecting a lot on the lessons that we learnt in Queensland in the post-GFC environment. …

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    Don’t push first homebuyers to the wrong places: Haesley Cush

    With the Federal Budget handed down last week, Brisbane Agent and Auctioneer Haesley Cush reflects on the state of the market for first home-buyers I had dinner with an agent this week. She is a young lady in her 20s and she is selling units in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. We were discussing the cost of 1 bedrooms apartments that she had recently sold or was currently negotiating. …

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  • OPINION

    Is a Price Guide Really the Answer? Haesley Cush

    Last week in Victoria new legislation was released making it mandatory for agents to provide price ranges, or ‘statement of information’ forms, to all buyers. These forms will in most cases include what the agent deems to be three recent comparable sales. Consider that most agents are requested by their prospective vendors to show them that range before they chose their agent. …

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