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Timms Green Tie Awards 2017

Add a Comment 23rd February 2018   Team Update   

'Oh what a night!'.... The stars were out tonight.

Thank you to Team Timms, our suppliers and all of our supporters for a wonderful night in celebrating our success.

Congratulations to all of our winners.

To see the event, view the video below.

Timms Experience Night

Add a Comment 9th November 2017   Real Estate   

Living to work? Or: Working to live?

FREE Seminar on Sales Mastery and the opportunities that REAL ESTATE brings

Get inspired to live the life you DESERVE

Let’s face it. We all need great teachers and the right environment to thrive. We hope that at the end of this seminar you see a bigger future too.

Don't miss this opportunity, book today!

https://timmsrealestate.eventbrite.com.au

Presenting:

  • Christina Guidotti – Success and Fulfilment in Sales
  • Ty Read – The 10 Truths of Real Estate

  • The Panel - Hosted by Ty Read:

  • Valerie Timms – Award Winning Director
  • Jason Mills – Back to Back REISA Gold Medal Winner 2016/2017
  • Ainsley Cahoon – Sales Consistency to Sales Manager
  • Sean Muxlow – Car Sales to Award Winning Rookie

  • REA Group:

  • Andrew Lange - The Numbers Don’t Lie

  • Your Speakers profiles:

    Christina Guidotti

    Christina Guidotti is one of Australia’s leading experts on success, belief, conviction and commitment. For over 25 years, she has walked her own extraordinarily successful path as a mum and a business leader with extensive sales, leadership, productivity and mindset expertise. She shares her experiences after nearly 2 decades as a successful salesperson, leader and real estate industry advisor. She is a teacher who has walked the same path others strive to walk. Her real estate office was one of the most profitable in Australia and New Zealand and her team worked effectively to a brilliant five-day weekly plan.

    Christina is the founder of Leading Women – a series of transformational programs and events energising women from all walks of life to achieve sustainable success and empowerment. She inspires people everywhere to trust in her proven methods of success. Christina is also a partner at Thought Leaders Global – an International educational company obsessed with helping clever people in organisations and business be commercially smart. She was awarded Telstra Business Awards NSW 2016 Finalist. A prolific author and world class thought leader, today she will energise, entertain and inspire with her presentation about how to reach Sustainable Success and Fulfilment at work and in life.

    Ty Read

    Ty Read is an experienced keynote speaker, trainer, consultant and coach with a strong background in real estate spanning over the last 14 years. Not only has Ty recruited, mentored and coached over 5,000 sales people, principals and business owners throughout Australia in both downturn and upturn markets, his property sales and marketing achievements, reaching over 100 sales per year, have been recognised and awarded at state, national and international levels and he has been a mentor on the national radio program REUncut and real estate radio on 5AA. As an ex-defence member, Ty understands the commitment and hard work involved with being a top performer across many areas in life and is passionate about finding out what drives and motivates his clients to help unlock their full potential and goals.

    The Panel:

    Valerie Timms

    A business woman, who started out from humble beginnings and achieved her success through sheer drive and motivation to avoid a mediocre life.

    Her desire to try all avenues to live her life to the full, led her to the real estate industry where in the short space of just over 2 years she became the number one award winning salesperson in Adelaide for one of the biggest Australasian franchises.

    Keen to experience more, Valerie embarked upon the ownership of a franchise and very quickly catapulted her office to the number one office in SA/NT for many years. Considered a long-term elite performer within her group, she grew one of the largest businesses in the state, and spent much of her time growing, mentoring and nurturing her sales team to success, all whilst selling an elite volume of real estate. Some of her awards include:

    No: 1 Office (of 55) in SA 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009 and 2010 and 2011

    Alan White Club Member for Sales Excellence 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007, 2009, along with Life Member 2006

    Elite Performers Award in 2001, 2002 and 2003 - The top 3% of Salespeople in Ray White Australia and New Zealand

    Jason Mills

    Jase leads a team, which offers creative, cutting edge marketing as well as unbeatable energy and passion.

    Winner two consecutive years for 2016/2017 REISA (Real Estate Industry of South Australia) award for Southern Residential Salesperson of the Year

    It isn’t only the industry that recognises Jason’s energy and passion - his clients rave about him as well.

    Jason attributes his continued success to his high levels of energy and passion, honest desire and pure determination to achieve the best outcomes for his clients.

    He is also the Chair for the REISA next generation committee

    Ainsley Cahoon

    Starting his career shortly after arriving in Australia in 2006, Ainsley has thrived during the peaks and troughs of market conditions over the last 11 years. Working as a successful agent in his own right and also experienced as part of a two-agent team Ainsley has a wealth of knowledge in all areas of the industry.

    Working alongside Adam and Valerie Timms since January 2007, Ainsley is proof “The Grass IS greener at Timms Real Estate”.

    As of January this year, Adam and Valerie have promoted him to Sales Manager. His commitment to helping our current agents grow their own personal businesses and the search for rising stars in the industry is set to make Timms Real Estate one of Adelaide’s most sought after agencies for both clients and agents alike.

    Sean Muxlow

    Sean’s commitment to honesty and professionalism ensures that his customers keep coming back time after time and also recommending him to their friends and family. Repeat business is a great sign that you’re doing something right, and Sean is rightfully proud of the testimonials he has received.

    In addition to direct sales, Sean has also held the position of new car sales manager for Southgate Holden, giving him the management skills and experience in running a successful team. Those skills were recognised in 2009 when he won the Holden national sales manager of the year award for exceeding sales targets and achieving a high level of customer service. Sean believes in motivating his staff and works with them to get the best results possible for his clients.

    MC for the Evening - Adam Timms

    Director, Auctioneer, Copywriter, Trainer, Salesperson

    Adam loves the unconventional. He is passionate about creative marketing, quality training and encouraging others to pursue their dreams. As an auctioneer he strives to entertain the crowd, encourage the buyers to bid with their heart and bring the best result to the vendor on the day.

    In real estate for 15 years, he has seen many market conditions and a huge increase and reliance on technology. He knows some things don’t change however: people and their motivation for selling and buying. A student of human nature, Adam thrives on client interaction. It’s this empathy for others that has established many long term referrals and repeat sales.

    He is proud to be your master of ceremonies for the event and present such quality presenters and panellists.

    Supporters of the event:

  • Fentons Conveyancing
  • Peter Hocknell Home Loans
  • Residential Letting
  • Direct Connect
  • Timms Real Estate
  • Value is on offer for existing real estate sales professionals, personal assistants, sales support and property managers, and if you are looking to break into the industry this seminar will provide a real insight.

    Don't miss this opportunity, book today!

    https://timmsrealestate.eventbrite.com.au

    Contact:

    Judy Weckert

    0433 140 207

    [email protected]

    Ultimate 'Packing for Storage' Checklist

    Add a Comment 16th June 2017   Inspirational   

    Renovating your home is an exciting project. It’s a time where you finally get to put all of your dreams and ambitions into practice, turning your house into your dream home. However, along with all the excitement there is a rather large dilemma – what am I going to do with all of my belongings?

    Well, that’s where storage comes in—professional furniture storage facilities will keep all your treasures safe and sound, free from dust, dirt, mould, mildew, pests and vermin. But, if you’re going to go down the storage route, you need to know how to pack properly for storage. It may not seem like it, but packing for storage is a little different to packing for a move.

    Inventory First

    Your inventory is your most important document and that’s why you need to create one before you do anything else. Creating an inventory allows you to make important decisions about what you really need to store. The old maxim, ‘if in doubt throw it out’ certainly applies here. The cost of storage is based on volume so don’t bother paying to store anything that you don’t need.

    After you’ve finished your inventory it’s time to start preparing your belongings for storage.

    Packing Properly

    • If you’re planning on storing your treasures long-term, then you need to pack them properly to ensure they’ll last the distance. That means double wrapping all delicate items and ensuring that leather and wooden goods have been treated to protect them from damp.
    • Whitegoods need special attention when it comes to storage. Firstly, they need to be thoroughly cleaned and secondly the doors and lids need to be kept open. If you leave the lids and doors shut, strong odours can build up and you can also damage the rubber seals.
    • If you’re storing machinery you need to ensure that you have drained all oils and fuel. Failure to do so creates a significant safety hazard so make sure you check each item before you place it in storage.
    • When it comes to electrical items, if you still have their original boxes, then pop them back inside. After all, these boxes were custom built with protection in mind. If you threw out the box long ago, just use a regular box, topped up with plenty of packing material to keep your electrical items safe.
    • Remember to remove batteries from all electrical items, toys, and smaller items such as television remotes. Again, this is important if you’re storing long-term—batteries have been known to leak, and the last thing you want is battery acid all over your storage facility.

    Maximising Your Storage Space

    • The first step to maximising your space is making sure you pack all the way to the roof. The best way to do this is to use sheets of plywood to divide and stabilise layers of boxes.
    • You can give your belongings extra protection by keeping them off the floor and away from moisture. An easy way to do this is to use wooden pallets to create a base at the bottom of your unit.
    • As well as protecting your belongings you need to protect the space itself, so make sure that everything is wrapped in plastic to prevent the unit from spills, leaks and other damage.
    • An effective labeling system will make your life a lot easier if you have to access anything while it is in storage. So, create a system that works for you and ensure it matches up with your inventory.

      Article by Sally Wood, Kent Relocation Group


    Timms Investment Night - Join Us

    Add a Comment 26th May 2017   Real Estate   

    Whether you are a first time investor or experienced, come and join us on Wednesday 7th June for a complimentary and informative night.

    Do you want to expand your current portfolio?

    Are you looking to secure your financial future?

    Not sure how to break into the property market?

    Register for our FREE information session at The Highway Hotel

    There is a quality line up of industry professionals and latest technology on offer. During the evening our speakers will inform you about:

    • Investing with self-managed super funds and buying off the plan - Presented by: Trent Simmons - Gibson & Partners Chartered Accountants
    • A guide to Property Management - Presented by: Debbie Drewer - Residential Letting
    • Local Opportunity to Invest - Presented by: Jason Mills - Timms Real Estate
    • Buildtec & Key Central – Presented by: Anthony Carroci
    • Product demo of the latest technology in 3D Property Tours

    Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and further your financial future, register at http://www.keycentral.com.au/investment-night



    Tips for Moving In Hot Weather

    Add a Comment 5th January 2017   Inspirational   

    Australians love Summer. Adelaide certainly gets its fair share of summer days. As the capital of the driest state in Australia, our summers are filled with plenty of 30+ days, endless blue skies and myriad opportunities to get out and enjoy the sun.

    However, there are some things that aren’t ideal hot weather activities, including moving house. So, if you’re planning to move house over the next couple of months, the tips below will help ensure you survive the ordeal.

    Slip, Slop, Slap

    The ‘Slip, Slop, Slap’ rule actually applies to any activity in hot weather but particularly to moving house. You may not realise it at the time, but you spend an awful lot of time out in the sun’s rays while you’re moving. Every time you traipse out to the moving truck, your personal UV index will skyrocket. So, make sure you apply a liberal amount of sunscreen at the start of the day, and throughout.

    Not only that, the natural tendency during hot weather is to wear as little as possible. The thing is, stripping off actually opens you up to sunburn, rather than keeping you cool. It’s better to wear a long sleeve, light shirt to keep the sun off you and allow the heat to escape.

    You don’t want to spend your first night in your new home wincing with sunburn, so never ignore this first tip.

    Have A Water Supply Handy

    Moving day is always busy. You may be so focused on getting everything done that you forget to stay hydrated. Always keep a water bottle close by to reminds you to have a sip every now and then. You can even get lanyards that keep the bottle attached around your neck. Remember, nothing hydrates like water. Stay away from sugary or fizzy drinks because, while they might taste nice, they only increase your dehydration levels.

    Get Started Early

    The hottest part of the day is between 11am and 4pm so you want to ensure that the moving truck is packed and ready to go before 11am. By getting up earlier, you can get most of the work done during the cooler hours and spend the hottest part of the day inside setting up your new home.

    Protect Your Belongings

    Electronic equipment, photos, plants and other delicate items can get damaged by heat so make sure the boxes that contain these items are placed in the truck first or last. Never leave them sitting out in direct sunlight for too long.

    Look After Your Pets

    The ideal situation would be to have a friend or family member look after your pets on moving day, particularly if the mercury is expected to raise the roof. With all the chores that you’ll need to do, you simply might not have the time to check on them, and keep them cool. Organise a pet sitting to make sure they don’t suffer heat stroke.

    Keep The Car Running

    About 15 minutes before you plan on jumping into your car or the moving van, switch it on and pump up the air-conditioning (obviously make sure that the car battery doesn’t run flat in the process). Cooling down your vehicle before you get in will make the world of difference, particularly if you’re hot already from lugging moving boxes around all day.

    Watch Out For Heat Exhaustion

    Remember, nothing is more important than your health. So, if you start to notice any of the signs or symptoms of heatstroke or dehydration in yourself or a loved one, stop work. Attend to the problem. Signs to keep an eye out for include dizziness, rapid heartbeat, lack of sweating and a high temperature.

    Enlist A Professional Removalist

    After all is said and done, if moving house during the height of an Australian summer sounds like torture, then it might be time to call in a professional local removals company. Professional removalists will have extensive experience in moving in all sorts of weather.

    If you need some further hints and tips on how make the process of moving house a bit easier, download this handy Moving House Checklist.

    Article by Sally Wood, Kent Relocation Group