A business professional for over 30 years, Mark Kainey has put his early studies in banking and finance to good use, first as the owner and hands-on operator of a chain of branded supermarkets and, in the last ten years, in the business of selling his vendors’ homes. With so many years’ experience in business, Mark knows what it takes to achieve above expectation results – whether that’s managing 100 staff, 6 stores and 1000s of customers …or giving his undivided attention to one client, one home and one exceptional sale.
Whether it’s a high-impact marketing program designed to create maximum profile or a more discreet Private Sale approach, Mark all-round business expertise ensures that his vendors receive not just the best result, but also the best experience. “I never lose sight of the fact that it’s my vendor’s home that we are selling. As such, I approach it as I would the sale of my own home,” says Mark. “At the heart of the interaction is respect. I listen, I understand and then I manage the sale in the manner that is most sensitive to my clients’ needs.”
It’s this finely-tuned service that sets Mark Kainey apart. He is committed to providing a highly personalised service where he develops strategy, opens for inspection, speaks with buyers and provides feedback. “I would rather sell six homes well, than list 20 without the same level of commitment,” he says. “When vendors choose me to sell their home they get me from start to finish…not an assistant or colleague.”
A local family man whose wife works in the area and whose University-aged children have grown, been educated and played sport locally, Mark considers himself an “Eastern Suburbs boy” through and through. While the long hours of real estate are not-negotiable, Mark says he is experienced enough now to be able to work towards a genuine work-like balance. Golf, football (including an avowed love of the Bombers) and his own kids’ sport all find a place in a week filled with talking to potential buyers, providing feedback to vendors and negotiating record-breaking sales.