Sahil moved to Melbourne Australia in order to earn a Dual Masters Degree in Business( Banking and Finance/ Applied Finance) through Monash University. This knowledge coupled with the degree in marketing, accounting and recent valuable experience in banking industry working for NAB and ANZ Bank as Branch Manager, has provided him with valuable skills that he uses daily in real estate negotiations, educating home- buyers and sellers for an end to end seamless experience. With the change in recent trends in Australian Banking and Real Estate industry, Sahil believes his hard earned skills can play a major role intertwined with strong educational background in bridging gaps between various kinds of buyers and sellers. All his recent roles involve customer eccentric approach which has been perfected over the years.
Sahil is a passionate and hard working individual whose client’s best interest and satisfaction is paramount. His desire to serve the client’s detailed needs, coupled with his market expertise, valuable knowledge and great negotiation skills set him apart. He is well known for his client relationship, red carpet experience and unwavering loyalty in Banking which he plans to bring into real estate. Its not only about “buying or selling anymore, based on market expectation and clients requirement the gap keeps widening which needs to be filled with skilled individuals” which I plan to perfect says Sahil.
Sahil lives locally and enjoys working out, taking long drives, exploring new places with his partner and also invest in dynamic portfolio’s. He is a strong believer in community and work volunteering. He plans to setup a not for profit organisation for youth in next 5 years to assist brilliant young minds in gaining employment and providing the opportunity to be different.
Whilst Sahil inspires to bridge the knowledge gap and provide honest and transparent approach , his believe is “To give real service, you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity” -by Douglas Adams