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Buying a Home from Australia’s Batwoman


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Buying a Home from Australia’s Batwoman

Last Updated On: July 10, 2017 by admin

Buying a Home from Australia’s Batwoman
Last updated:July 15th, 2013 by admin

No matter where you go, there are some parts of life which are the same all over the world. Arguably one of them is the fact that while many people aspire to own their own home, the mechanics of buying and moving into one can challenge the most patient of people.


A lesser-known fact is that they can challenge Real Estate agents too. While houses in pristine condition may catch the attention of buyers, sometimes sellers have properties which clearly need a little TLC but which have masses of underlying potential. Queensland agent Tamara English took inspiration from a leftover fancy-dress costumed and donned her bat-wings to make buyers notice a somewhat run-down property.


Making no secret of the work required, English’ advert drew attention for its enthusiasm and honesty as much as for its tongue-in-cheek portrayal of a Real Estate agent as a superhero rather than the arch-villain of popular culture.


Tackling challenges with enthusiasm and humour is part of the Australian way of life and show itself in how they do business. Anybody considering a move abroad would be well advised to adopt the same attitude, but employing the services of a professional NAATI translator will help the process go more smoothly.


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