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Asking the Question Proves a Winner for Property Owners

July 04, 2011

LJ Hooker tops off a successful campaign that resulted in more than 27,000 appraisals being completed between 20 February and 30 April this year with the announcement of 201 customer winners.


An LJ Hooker Inverloch, Victoria, home owner was the major winner of $20,000 cash. The 200 other prize winners of a 12 month magazine subscription to Real Living or House & Garden were from all over Australia, after having accepted LJ Hooker's offer of a free no obligation sales or rental appraisal.


The ‘What are you sitting on?' initiative was designed to highlight an ongoing service the LJ Hooker team offers to every property owner in the community regardless of whether it markets or manages the property.


Winners said that having the appraisal was of tremendous benefit to their personal planning and recommended it to property owners wanting to stay abreast of changing market conditions.


The local experts can really make a difference. For an appraisal or regular market information, contact your local LJ Hooker team.

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