RAY White Lower North Shore director Geoff Smith has had a very busy week on and off the field.
He’s just sold four luxury Mosman homes for more than $24 million and he’s also helped to raise more than $260,000 for two local charity events.
The likeable community-minded agent helps charities whenever he could to support the area he which he lives and loves.
The agent said the Spring selling season was well under way with confidence in the high end market of the Lower North Shore.
“Buyer enquiry is good and the market is active,” said Smith, who has worked in the area for the last 25 years and been a long term supporter of many charities.
The four houses he just sold ranged in price from $4 million to $8 million each.
“I cannot confirm the individual prices or addresses out of respect for my buyers and my sellers but the market is active right now,” Smith said.
“Ultimately I see myself as a competition creator ensuring that my clients are getting the best results possible.
“Without sounding like a cliche, my market knowledge and my access to local buyers is something that sets me apart from my competitors. I know so many people and I can open my black book and find buyers.
“There’s a very good chance that we already know the buyers before they come on to the market.“
The agent is right now selling a grand family home at 80 & 88 Arabella Street Longueville, with a price guide of $7.5m to $8.2m. For the first time in 30 years, this family home has a stunning waterfront reserve with direct access to Woodford Bay with views to the Harbour Bridge and City Skyline.
Last weekend Geoff offered his time for free as the auctioneer at the Lifeline Sapphire Gala ball at the Westin Hotel Sydney. He helped Lifeline raise $250,000 in net funds for vital life-saving services.
The Lifeline ball organisers were “ blown away” extremely grateful to everyone who attended this event and supported Lifeline.
“Geoff was an integral part of the success of the event and we greatly appreciate his generous support and contribution to the event,” its organisers said. The money raised goes directly back into suicide prevention and crisis support services.
Smith also wielded the gavel at the Raise Foundation fundraiser which enabled them to raise enough funds to accept 98 more young people into its mentoring program.
This Military Rd Mosman charity provides school and community based mentoring.
“Geoff is well recognised within our Raise community and is very well liked for his professionalism and talent for keeping the proceedings moving along. We are extremely thankful him making himself available for us,” the Raise Foundation spokesperson said.