It's hard to get a good price for a home with a bad history.
The emotional distress to many buyers on discovering that their home was once the scene of a horrendous murder can be devastating.
How will James Robertson treat his clients?
JAMES ROBERTSON: STOLE FROM EMPLOYER. Put sellers in danger.
It turned out that James Robertson had been plotting his exit for quite some time because, back in August this year, he gained access to one of the prospective client Data Base files...
Get-rich-quick spruiker and her fake testimonials.
Dymphna Boholt - Now has a history of making bogus claims to entice people to pay her thousands of dollars.
Dymphna Boholt, who claims she went from "virtually zero to a $3.5 million property portfolio in just 18 months", has been penalised by Queensland Fair Trading regulators over bogus seminar claims.
But shame on fools at REIWA for gross stupidity!
The Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) has made a brave and ethical decision. Well done.
Consumers protected in WA
Otton has been widely promoting his claim that it is possible to "buy a house for a dollar."
Millions of dollars in unseen damage caused.
A lot of questions are going to be asked in the future about the 2011 floods. A common question will be: Why weren't we warned?
Spruiker faces lengthy jail sentence.
Investors protest outside the Bangaru apartment block in 2005
They will never recover. But I will. One day, I will have it all back again. You just wait and see.
How sellers can save thousands of dollars.
It's probably real estate's biggest con. It's affecting thousands of sellers every month.
Harcourts and the hardest word.
Ben Gough. Claims to have done nothing wrong.
Ben Gough couldn't find a buyer for the Batchelor family. But when Ben Gough was the owner he soon managed to find a buyer - and at a greatly increased price.
And the price of a promise.
Maria Di Benedetto.
Imagine the stress on Maria and the other families. For four years, they lived with the threat of being evicted from their homes at any moment.