Do your research very carefully.
I warn you that you should do your research very carefully about certain property companies..
Your latest claims are recycled and ridiculous.
It's an old but true cliché that to be a liar you need to have a good memory.
Boss claims Jenman story unfair.
Suing sellers for advertising monies is what many of the worst agents do. Don't be like them.
West Aussies are going to be stung.
In extreme cases, some Perth investors will be forced sell their family homes. They will be wiped out.
Is this a legitimate venture?
The salesman told the buyer that "Jenman was the bad guy". And so the buyer bought.
Potential future failures.
There is a question all investors should ask about all companies who are offering a "good" interest rate:
The Insight Group doesn't like Jenman.
Insight are using it to discredit you. I am not happy about this, as the information I got from you was excellent .
Are they 'above board'?
Lots of spruikers make the same false claim about how most millionaires making their fortune in real estate.
Six rules and a short story about a real rooster.
The world's greatest property deals are always available tomorrow.
Miracle wealth cures upset me enough.
I don't think I could handle the anger that would engulf me if I were to study health spruikers.
Beware of conflicts of interest.
Attempts to have this issue addressed in WA have failed largely due to opposition by the real estate industry.
I was really hoping to have a different experience.
How can agents get the best price for sellers and, at the same time, not hurt the buyers?
How to get FREE expert help when selling.
Why don't you let someone else speak to the agent on your behalf? Someone who knows what they are doing...
Thousands lose millions every year.
...there are few worse institutes than the one headed by Enzo Raimondo and his mob of miscreants...
A financial planner's forecast.
...much commentary suggests that the 'solution' appears to be that rents must rise..
It's not hard for buyers to find incompetent agents.
If you want to buy for the lowest price, find the agents with the lowest level of negotiating competence.
Three words of advice for buyers and sellers.
The agent is clearly bait pricing. It is so dishonest. Can I get into any trouble if I approach the seller direct?
Is anyone taking action?
They were recommended to a solicitor by the name of Richard Ebbott (a notorious shyster).
Agents tell you what you want to hear.
And remember, the biggest clue that any property is over-priced is when it does not sell.
The Golden Rule of being a Landlord.
A cranky tenant can easily thwart a sale or, worse, cause a property to be sold for thousands less.
Check to see what lies beneath.
As for scams being eradicated in Queensland, only a scammer (or a fool) would make such a claim...
How to test the truth of a bold claim.
I'd love to discover a company that can help people to pay off their homes in six years.
A brilliant service for investors.
Everyone I know who has availed themselves of Terry's knowledge has created a more secure financial future.
Two primary measures for when to invest.
Jodie's character used that famous Baron de Rothschild quote, "When there's blood on the streets, buy property."
Listen you con man, stop threatening me.
Until such time as you pay back all those people you have ripped off, I am going to keeping yelling about you...
The risk of being shafted when buying.
We feel as though the building was sold out from underneath us with no warning or no second chance.
How dare you abuse my guru.
Your message is typical of the sort of abuse I get when I question the claims of spruikers.
Some people don't want to be told.
Some people want to believe in magic. Anyone who warns them is often seen as a party-pooper.
Tips for those who love to read right.
Every now and again someone asks me to name the best book I have ever read.
Are they to be trusted?
How can buying an overpriced investment property which is likely to drop in value enable you to pay off your home mortgage faster?
Selling Melbourne apartments in London.
If Central Equity can make the journey to London to sell Melbourne apartments then surely you can make the journey to Melbourne to do some research BEFORE buying.
One investor's solution to the disclosure problem.
Either the transaction is done my way or I walk away.
Peeved with Aussie real estate ethics.
I'm so furious. The seller did not disclose, despite our persistant questioning, several things about the property.
Lawyer comments on the Insider Traders.
It seems clear that the two agents used a legal loophole to fleece their clients.
Agent justifies actions against mentally ill seller.
I am an ethical person, my husband is an ethical person and all members of our staff are ethical. We will be taking action against Mr Jenman.
What is your opinion?
Hans Jakobi was a salesman for a seriously dodgy outfit. According to Hans, once he found out what was going on, he quit. I believe him.
Was there a murder in the home or not?
No records could be found that relate to a murder at this property around 1968.
Ed Burton should be avoided.
"I hope that your Asset Protection is in order as I am not sure that Ed will like what you have written."
A brief letter to Norm Carey of Westpoint.
I want to give you fair chance to respond to the many comments (both public and private) about you..
Predictions as good as Nostradamus Ã¢â?¬â?? no.
If you want to know something about any property player, send us a message.
Vultures, politics & bleeding hearts
I have supported, defended and even promoted you and your ethics. Until today.
Trust me, I am an honest person.
It would be unfair of me to tell prospective purchasers that there was a murder in the property without proof.
You, Mr Jenman, should be ashamed.
I have always admired you, and thought of you as a fair man. My opinion of you has changed significantly.
As Westpoint crashes, Ferntree rises.
I was telemarketed by a company called Ferntree Financial Services whose spiel sounded quite familiar.
We need some US style laws.
There is no specific question about past murders, but clearly such information would have to be disclosed.
Landlords must use their power.
By my calculations, today's average landlord is worth around four thousand dollars to an agent's business.
Agent says I must sign their form.
I attended one of your seminars a couple of years ago when you told people emphatically NOT to sign anything, so I'm at a loss to know how to act.
How can they have a conscience?
The reason so many agents tell so many lies is because they know that most consumers can't be bothered complaining.
Better a headache today than a migrane tomorrow.
They have a knack of making you think you won't ever be able to afford to become elderly! It was frightening.
Falsely claims to be associated with Jenman.
I am writing to express my concern about an agency claiming to be a representative of your system.
Is the agent entitled to commission?
Enter the auction system, which a Real Estate Institute of Australia manual describes (to agents, not sellers) as "the fastest and best conditioning method".
They reckon it goes on all the time.
Although I love spending time in Queensland I would not like to be doing it in jail. I consider that what they are doing is fraud and I do not want to be a part of it.
Thousands are blowing in the wind.
They have no real comprehension of just how much they are in constant danger of losing everything they have paid – and often through no fault of their own.
It?s a dangerous profession, that?s for sure.
The greatest danger faced by Central Queensland's coal miners is not from working in mines, but from being stung by spruikers.
Will he use defamation money to pay creditors?
Vic Ollis outside the NSW Supreme Court on the first day of his defamation case against Neil Jenman. September 3, 2007.
A jugement in the Ollis V Jenman defamation case was handed down in the NSW Supreme Court on February 15, 2008.
Misleading or incompetent, says legal expert.
Mr Raimondo protects the interest of agents. The REIV is not a watchdog for consumers, it's a guard dog for agents.
Still selling benefits after all these years.
I suggest that people not buy Timeshares as anything but a Lifestyle investment and to understand that there is little likelihood of it ever increasing in value.
Four small but vital questions.
We are just getting the deposit together for our first home. Can you assist me with the following questions?
If you can't get the facts, don't take the risk.
The auction should be seen as a way of securing a bargain for those who have deep pockets and an eye for detail.
A property investment offer for impending retirees.
We do have a wealthy friend who has involved himself in this investment and has told us how much he has made and was wanting to help us because he knows the position that we are in.
And don?t you dare use this word.
"Don't mention the floods" is, I suspect, the first rule of real estate reporting and, of course, of real estate selling...
To know what others are offering, go to the auction.
If you want to really see agent incompetence at work – where all buyers stand around and reveal their prices – just attend any auction.
Now that it?s gone, what will happen?
In the past 6 months the rental market prices have risen by about 10%. Most rental agents (in our area of Balmain) are reporting a shortage of properties...
Do you monitor their performance?
Jenman agents are supposed to be wearing the "white hats" (aren't they?) but this was "black hat" behaviour - of the kind you expect from non-Jenman agents.
Finding the faults when buying a home.
Recently, in Victoria, an agent (Greg Cooper) insisted on disclosing some unpleasant facts about a home.
It's all about Queensland properties.
This sort of activity is, in our view inappropriate, and must be bordering on illegal, and there should be more protection available to the public.
Why work when you can make money as an investor?
Do you want all investors to give up what they do and work in a job? Should we all go back to corporate and government slave labour?
Let the wannabes be ripped off.
I see it every day as a doctor. They are called non-compliant patients. There are also non-compliant investors, or "wannabees".
13 predictions from local expert.
The small slum apartment buildings will become the worst property fiasco to hit New Zealand for many years.
Sellers are bosses, agents are employees!
If the agent cannot facilitate a sale under these conditions then he/she does NOT get the business. Simple as that.
Preying on the weak.
Is there a way to get out of the contract on the grounds they did not understand what they were signing?
Demand evidence of SUCCESS.
Be wary of companies that offer to "source" properties in return for a fee. As with the investment scammers, these companies will have safe sounding names.
Don?t fall for it, homesellers!
Many agents deliberately mislead homesellers into believing that the Queensland government will not allow agents to lower their commission rates.
Make sure you get REAL identification.
The practice of insisting on sighting and recording the contents of Government issued photo-identification should be standard across the industry.
Those sleazy spivs from England.
You'd have more chance of getting planning permission for a block of land on the moon.
Trying to recover those missing dollars.
The second worst thing you can do when dealing with Victor Warren Ollis is to believe his promises about paying you money.
I was young and greedy, but it still hurt.
We have just received a detailed review and analysis of his current seminars and suggest that anyone considering paying money to him should forget it.
Such conduct should never be tolerated.
The agent is extremely unhelpful about assisting the sale.
It seems to be an international con.
He received an email from "Dr. Joseph Gambo" who claimed to be a former Minister of Finance for the Sudan, wanting to relocate his family.
Okay, then Neil...tell it like it is!
The British philosopher Herbert Spencer once wrote that "mankind cannot stand very much reality" and this is why many of us live in a world of delusion.
Get-rich groupie hits back.
Your unfounded comments and ongoing commentary of 'these spruikers' are just hype...
Another millionaire maker?
From what I have discovered so far, I suggest extreme caution when it comes to the claims made by George Mihos.
What do you know about the property players?
So far, I have commenced or completed research on 123
different characters, their methods and what happens to their customers.
A 20 per cent fall now seems conservative.
Even if it sells at the price currently being asked, the seller is going to be incurring a loss of $150,000 plus costs. They will probably lose considerably more.
How it can help buyers but harm sellers.
One of the best ways for buyers to increase their chances of buying at a lower price is to discover how often a particular property has been advertised – especially in a falling market, such as now.
This is a stinker!
Just because lots of properties in a new development are being sold, it doesn't mean the buyers are smart. Often it means they are the victims of slick sales spiels.
Is it legal?
Wrapping should be illegal in all states. Sadly, it's just going to take more families to be evicted before anything gets done about it.
Six ways that investors can lessen the risk.
I am out of pocket about $2,000 (and that is after receiving the full bond!)
No cover-up if this allegation is true.
Go ahead, send the story to whomever you wish, but until such time as you send the details to me, please do not threaten me or expect me to take action.
What should we do?
This is similar to saying that bandits can rob banks provided they yell out, "This is a stick-up," as they enter the bank.
How much is reasonable?
I am worried about a clause which states that we are expected to pay two weeks letting fee for locating a new or replacement tenant.
I like the thought of long-lost relatives lobbing up to divide the loot and finding that Granny has spent most of it.
The no-win situation of a flawed system.
Some people feel that ethics is a choice between right and wrong, but it's often a choice between two wrongs.
Anyone who is gullible enough to get caught.
It may be possible to do well in real estate investing, but first you have to avoid all these characters who are getting rich out of pretending to be mentors to a "chosen few".
You set the ?terms of employment?.
Ah, the look on his face - it was almost worth the 45 minutes of 'look what we will do for you' we had listened to until that point.
The ethical challenges of disclosure.
Would you have been satisfied, if a Jenman 'accredited' agent selling the house had responded to a question about why the property was being sold with, "The reason a home is being sold is generally of no relevance to anyone other than the client?"
Time running out for victims?
If anyone else has concerns about Victor Ollis, please send us full details and we will add them to our list.
The struggle to find a helpful agent.
You would think that in this environment genuine buyers would be hounded by agents with a long list of possible properties. Well this wasn't the case.
Robert G Allen still trying to suck them in.
To persuade you to give him your money, Allen says he is going to make you into a millionaire. If you believe that, you must believe in the Tooth Fairy.
It?s not just consumers who are horrified.
It disgusts me that LJ Hooker at North Ryde would stoop so low as to not declare to the purchasers the atrocities that occurred at this home.
They are vultures, not investors.
It's the kind of approach that should sicken every decent Australian.
Can agents do this?
Unfortunately, many agents ignore one vital aspect of the negotiating process – consideration for the feelings of the people involved.
Jenman supporter charges too much?
His fees are a significant amount more than the agent who has managed the investment for most of the time I've had it.
Justifying real estate loan sharking.
As is normal behaviour with property predators, this ripper makes no reference to the dangers of wrapping, nor any mention of those whose lives are gutted as a consequence of this vile method.
Spend $25 and save thousands of dollars.
By asking you to pay for advertising so that the agents can find a buyer, the agents are virtually confessing to you that selling your home is simply a matter of placing an ad in a paper.
What's going on, Neil?
I hope you aren't all smoke and mirrors like some of them are.
A consumer review.
Burley is a charming, intelligent, persuasive and honest-looking person. And so I was stupid enough to be sucked in to his big expensive seminar.
Let?s all become whistle blowers.
We need something for when strangers call and ask for your personal financial details.
Well, read this story.
As a buyer of apartments these days, you are a wanted person – never mind the sales spin you may be fed – and these salespeople will almost beg you to buy.
ESC and Phil Jones.
I shudder to think how many people have yet to discover that they have been caught by this mob.
Sellers and Buyers be warned.
The agents sell to the developers because they know that the developers will give the agents the completed development to sell later on, thus creating several commissions for the agents instead of one.
?Free? financial advice seminar is dodgy.
"This investment seminar is so dodgy that you could just about tick every box on our checklist of 'How to spot a scam'."
Not so popular with Kiwi investors ? obviously.
I found that there were certainly plenty for sale and not many for rent - and good rental return too. Looks impressive from the outset.
When people lose money in property scams.
Do you ask the whingers and whiners what they learned from being ripped off so that they will be better prepared for tomorrow, or do you just make them feel better because you join them in being outraged about the "injustice of it all"?
Speaking out about property rogues.
So far, I have compiled a 'cast of characters' which numbers more than 70 individuals and companies that I believe are exploiting consumers.
Agent spokesman claims figures are wrong.
You are an absolute idiot if you believe the AMP figures, they are wrong for every capital city.
Why has it taken so long?
The CEO of the Real Estate Institute of Victoria, Enzo Raimondo is claiming that the Institute's ethics course is "the first course of its kind in real estate".
Dymphna and Sandy in my life.
After going through many financial troubles (most caused by men in my life) Dymphna and Sandy have now put me on the right path to realising my dream of becoming debt free.
Wildly Wealthy Women.
I feel sad for you, you should take a look at yourself first, before you judge others, you may see that you are the one in the wrong.
Will governments ever get serious?
Australians are generally more open to fraud in property investing than other markets due to their misplaced blind faith in the property market.
How the property falls may create renovation falls.
Those in the process of renovating are caught out at the moment, until the renovations are finished.
The importance of the right research.
I try and promote these work ethics to as many investors that I can, but they all seem to be looking for the easy dollar.
What can happen if you cut out the agent.
The people that came through the house with the agent have approached her now for a private sale.
Queensland lags behind in consumer protection reforms.
Queensland's Labor government should check out recent Labor governments' auction reforms in four other states.
Remember the promises about the GST?
It was only 18 months between Mr Howard categorically stating that "there will never be a GST", until his Government introduced the GST.
The excuse for changing the tune on the property market.
These experts have no right to change their property market calls based on a minor change in State Government property taxes.
Billions of dollars needed.
Neil, you omitted the really big question.
Another Skase, Froggy or Bond.
I too was fleeced, twice, but I blame myself for not getting out when my instincts told me to.
Investing in Queensland
Do NOT buy anything in Queensland without using a lawyer of your own choice - one that has no connection whatsoever with the sales company.
The views of one seminar
I wonder if you would be confident enough in your own opinions to add this letter to your next bulk email distribution...
Don't break these two rules.
The only thing I am asking is whether I should get my own personal independent valuation? If so, when do I get this?
One protects agents, the other protects consumers.
Ms Ballard and the REIA must be hoping that Mr Samuel and the ACCC never read some of the past REIA publications which teach unethical methods to real estate agents.
The wrapping fat cats.
Did the Government intend for the Grant to be a form of welfare for property spruikers?
The AFD disgrace.
As reprehensible as their conduct may be, we must remember that the property sharks are in the minority.
Threats and harassment of conned consumers.
Yes, it defies belief that a company can have its agents lie to you and then, when you discover that you have been lied to, the company threatens you with legal action.
Message from Steve McKnight
Is this not a concern to someone who prides himself on high ethics?
Is it a price you want to pay?
These people are more depressed after "getting their foot in the door" than when they were locked out of the market.
Don?t tell the buyers about this!
Each day we sail closer to the next flood when a lot of buyers are going to discover the soggy truth, about an occasionally unpleasant fact of life in our River City.
A typical message from a typical agent.
I am ashamed that I have had anything to do with you in the past, but then we believed you had integrity, how wrong?
Two conflicting viewpoints.
Neil Jenman, Ethics in Real-estate, YEAH RIGHT!! Let's just say he tried to get me fired... and I'm not kidding.
A valuer speaks out.
I have not seen so much fraud and deceit as I have seen in the property market in the last 5 years.
From Denise Brailey
Now that this decision has been handed down, I am free to represent you at the creditors' meeting.
Show them the money!
Almost all buyers who strike trouble in real estate do so because they took notice of a pushy salesperson.
I'm on your side.
In the real estate industry, any agents who place the interests of consumers first will receive abuse from other agents.
It just keeps getting better.
The magazine had some curious ads from companies offering huge interest rates. Now, I am neither a financial adviser nor an expert in the intricacies of deposits, but I have become an expert at asking myself some simple questions.
Why we should trust The Reserve Bank.
Just as we should never ask a hairdresser if we need a haircut, we should never ask agents and politicians about interest rates.
How much should landlords pay agents?
I am using a rental agent and they have sent me a copy of the rental agency agreement they want me to sign and I have a number of concerns about the agreement.
Trying to straighten a bent method.
Most of what I have viewed on your site about these kinds of deals seem to be very emotionally documented. Like your friend who died of a heart attack.
A unique way of avoiding payment.
If this action is taken, I will tell my story through A Current Affair
and Today Tonight
February 8 - UPDATE. Queensland State Election. Merri Rose last night lost her seat of Currumbin to the Liberal Party.
Threats, bricks and private detectives can lead to paranoia.
We are confident that the hacking of our site was not an attack from within the real estate industry.
How many complaints do they need?
What number of complaints is an acceptable number for the Minister to become proactive on behalf of the NSW people?
No boom for many buyers.
Four years later, after going through the boom, an exact property two floors under mine sold for $50,000.00 less than I paid four years previously.
Real estate advisers need regulatory control.
As I read the countless examples you present, my single thought has been: if only the parties committing these rorts were compelled by law to fully disclose their various interests.
An investor says it inflates prices.
If it were not for negative gearing I could offer properties to tenants at lower rents and/or with more facilities for a given rent.
Making false promises.
Psychopaths come in many forms and are common in society. They are best known for their superficial charm, combined with a pathological tendency to tell lies, and no sense of remorse.
Don?t be misled by seminar salesman.
You may also like to tell Glenn that if his methods are an indication of the methods taught at his seminar, then you are not interested in attending.
Comment from a Buyers' Agent
I am a little disappointed however that in your articles you are not prepared to go that little bit further in your warnings to consumers.
Ultimately, we may all pay.
There are thousands of people under wrap contracts. It's a ticking time bomb set to explode as interest rates rise and prices fall.
How one person is coping with the Henry Kaye effect.
One thing that Mr Kaye has not taken from me is my integrity or self respect. I have more than Mr Kaye could have in a thousand lifetimes. He'll never take this away from me.
Don?t rest on Henry.
Nice and calm comment back to the writer of "Give Henry a Rest". The writer does not understand what we have been through.
A scholarly critic on our Henry Kaye coverage.
...its current preoccupation with Henry Kaye marked by an increasingly ad hominem commentary is becoming boorish, obsessive and observably out of proportion...
What's the issue?
My question is - if you went about wrapping the way Steve McKnight preaches it (i.e. full disclosure, win-win outcomes, etc), what is the issue?
Auction ?fudging? has been going on for a long time.
In this example, the property will be reported as "passed in at $810,000" but the truth is it was passed in at nothing because there were no bids from real buyers.
Message from Denise Brailey and Neil Jenman.
If you are suffering extreme distress or hardship, please send a message and mark it URGENT in the subject line. Also, please include your contact telephone numbers.
It?s the season for auction lemons.
Either the agent did not present the offer to the sellers or gave them the usual line of "If this is what you get now imagine what you can get at the auction!"
Why is nothing being done?
If the Government thinks that is such a worthy cause to sponsor, why aren't they holding a multimillion dollar Royal Commission into CORRUPTION in the Real Estate Industry (including Real Estate Institute Members and associates)?
Denise Brailey argues her case with a Henry supporter.
If what you are stating is true and NII and Henry Kaye are such frauds, there would be a national enquiry by the Federal government and he would be in jail.
It can't happen here!
After the initial crash (apx 30%) – the market slowly slid down the escalator – now it's down by about 75%.
These articles seem to contradict each other.
...the first says that it's a good time to sell and a bad time to buy, and the second encourages new buyers to jump in.
Question from Neil Jenman
All you have to do is pay them a "finder's fee" and the fantastic, superb, awesome, enormous, hot property deal is yours.
Who has turned $7,900 into $225,000 in three months?
Agent lying on national television.
If agents overquote/underquote to sellers and buyers to this degree on national TV, then what are they doing out of the limelight?
What do you know about them?
The articles and the writers might be good, but does API
actually show a level of responsibility?
Alan Meagher and his crooked antics.
I am another one of the battlers that have been cleaned out by these people.
Message from a real estate ripper.
Clean up your own backyard Mr. Jenman and find something to do that becomes you instead of your continual mud slinging and "I'm without any transgressions" crusaders image.
Government MUST help victims of property rogues.
It certainly is about time the Government stepped in and took a hard stand on these rogues.
Pulling out the spark plug of deceit.
People were amazed in the change since the new legislation. They realised how fraudulent the system had always been.
Don't sign anything unless you are happy with the result.
Yes, this is appalling conduct. It is also probably illegal. And yet it goes on at thousands of auctions every year.
ANYONE SEEN HENRY?
Did you see the ads? Did you attend the seminar?
Price and value are not necessarily the same thing.
The value of any asset is determined by the amount of money it puts back in your pocket.
A property bust then how to be a property millionaire.
And what was Channel Seven doing straight after last night's segment quoting all those expert opinions that the property bubble is about to burst?
That Millionaire Challenge is raising some questions
If you don't know who feels ripped off, I suggest you send an e-mail or letter to all "graduates" and ask them.
RE: ROGUE ALERT
The distinct impression I get is that you haven't done a lot of home work.
What is meant by a
Are they a legit company or are they just roping in buyers for their property developments?
Real Estate Institute Bloopers
If you think this is bad, you should hear the comments that come from Victoria.
The Queensland property scams
Marketeers now operate within the new legislation.
The Price Bungle at The Block!
We often buy property for our clients for amounts well below our budget.
Checking out the property investment companies
Is there a way of running a background check on a property investment company? About two weeks ago I made a booking to see the following company:
Going it alone is easier than you think
But what about the cynics
Crikey.com.au takes a swing at Henry
This guy should be avoided like the plague.
Still cold-calling offering 'consultations'
You won't hear about this in the Westpoint sales spiel.
More evidence goes unreported
Next time you hear real estate agents say they have never had a theft from an open inspection, remind the agents of this fact: Burglars rarely rob the homes during the open-for-inspection.
Have you dealt with a property spruiker?
I would be interested in joining a group which has gone through trauma like this.
Queensland?s real estate crooks
It is good that the Queensland Law Society is attempting to do something about solicitors involved in property scams.
RECA COMMENT - Denise Brailey. July 28, 2003
For years, when it comes to controlling the dangerous and misleading advice given at get-rich-quick seminars, The Australian Securities and Investment Commission ("ASIC") has been a do-nothing regulator.
Overseas victims are also targets
Throughout Asia and the Pacific, the get-rich-quacks, are looking for victims
How to handle multiple buyers
I wish to use the "Tender system"
Livid buyer feels hurt and cheated
I've just had a very unpleasant experience with an agent. What do you think about this situation?
The Great Escape
It sounds like we were the lucky ones.
Your own ethical real estate office
It would be satisfying to be able to operate ethically and profitably in the industry. Tell me more!
Comment from Agent
It is not often I disagree with you but in my opinion you are "off the track" when you say - "Never use a Building Inspector recommended by the agent."
'Investment Mastery Program'
I am about to enter an 'Investment Mastery Program' run by the National Investment Institute.
Readers' comments about our articles on wrapping
I bet you don't print this response.
Have you heard of Harvard Securities? Any bells ringing?
I challenge you to put this email on your web site! Why don't you show how one-eyed you really are.
Where are your homes for sale?!
Homesellers need to protect both the VALUE and the SAFETY of their homes
You should probably admit that you got it slightly wrong...
How sellers can get a fair-go on fees
Not sure if you agree with this approach Neil, but at the end of the day we got what we wanted.
Do you have to make it all so personal?!?
I've just read your June update and quite frankly, your comments tell me more about the type of man you are than they inform me of the point you are trying to make.
Someone said that one of your supporting offices was doing an auction?
I am considering investing my superannuation into a mezzanine.
Real Estate Career for someone who doesn't like selling
I am looking to change careers, but don't like selling.
What is the cross symbol?
||What is the cross symbol next to the word Jenman in your logo?
Some agents do support new laws
As a real estate agent with 33 years experience I congratulate the Victorian Government for the Amendments to the Estate Agents Act.
Thinking of Selling by Auction
We shall be selling to retire and I thought an auction would be the best way of getting the highest price because of competition.
Knowledge of maximum limits.
How do we know you have the facts on the maximum limit?
I read a post from an obvious non-admirer of yours in a forum (www.notgoodenough.org), that principally debunked you and your system
Where do I find a real estate valuer?
Is it necessary to use an agent when selling your own property?
Story on your web-site about the mystery bidder
I have just read the story on your web-site about the mystery bidder in Hot Auctions
telecast Wednesday 23 I have just read the story on your web-site about the mystery bidder in Hot Auctions
telecast Wednesday 23 April 2003.
Four Corners' Details of their program, 'Tall Stories'
I missed the program on investment scams. How can I find out more about it?
Agent critic says Jenman is a "failed agent".
Jenman, you're just a failed agent who makes money from seminars.
Rumour that Neil Jenman sold his own home by auction.
I heard that Neil Jenman sold his own home by auction. Is it true?
Critic questions Jenman's motives
You're just making money out of bagging the real estate industry.