With local knowledge to love, energy to burn and expertise to appreciate, Aidan Oke is one of the area's fastest moving, and fastest selling, agents. On the fast track since starting in the industry...
With local knowledge to love, energy to burn and expertise to appreciate, Aidan Oke is one of the area's fastest moving, and fastest selling, agents. On the fast track since starting in the industry in the early 2010s, Aidan has assembled an impressive array of successful statistics over the years - with hundreds of above-Reserve results and dozens of record-breaking sales topping of the list.
As a result, Aidan is one of the areas' most highly recommended and regularly referred agents and auctioneers. With a well-deserved reputation for honesty and tenacity, Aidan has earned the trust of vendors and buyers alike ...and has built a strong client base through great service, good referrals and outstanding auction performance. Naturally competitive, Aidan's natural environment is around the negotiating table or out front at auction. So it's no surprise his love of competition and desire to take a bid have seen him achieve finals places in the REIV's State Auctioneering Competition.
Across the years and the sales, Aidan and his team have been committed to providing a highly personalised, highly accountable service for every client. A "full-service" agent, Aidan is involved in every stage of the marketing and sales process; from the initial valuation, to the fall of the hammer. Throughout the entire program, Aidan is personally across every aspect of the sales process - giving proof to his belief that a conservative attitude, disciplined marketing, unyielding negotiations and a skilful auction will maximise the upside in every sale.
This "full-service" approach has seen Aidan centre his success in his home suburb of Parkdale and extend his reach around the bay. Along the way, his local connections have grown into a strong network of referees, vendors and motivated buyers. A keen golfer and member at Southern Golf Club, Aidan stays strongly attached to his local area - although he admits he'd be happy if his golf showed as much upside as his auctions.