Episode 15: Sam Kekovich joins John Gibson

Locate Negotiate’s Managing Director John Gibson looks at a phenomenon called ‘social facilitation’ and the role this phenomenon plays at auction, very much another reason to have Gibson in your corner! We look at the current property market with interest rate hikes and what this means for homeowners and investors alike. Simply a must-listen. We ask John how long the rises will last, how often they will rise and how high they will go. We also look at the past for a guide as to historical factual data on price drops versus price recovery.

Our special guest, none other than The Lambassador, Slammin Sam Kekovich! Kekovich was born in Manjimup, Western Australia, to Yugoslav parents who had emigrated to Australia after the war. Tobacco farms dotted the Ovens Valley landscape in the 1960s. One of them briefly was home to a couple who had fled Yugoslavia at the end of World War 2 and initially settled in Manjimup in country Western Australia before heading east. Vic and Mary Kekovich found their way to Nug Nug via Gunbower to continue growing tobacco.

Make no mistake – Kekovich considers himself a Myrtleford boy and Victorians consider him one of their finest. Taking us on a journey through the highs and the lows of business, sport and family, he is extremely open and candid. Slammin Sam played 124 games with North Melbourne, giving a star performance in their inaugural premiership victory back in 1975. Sam, an inductee into North Melbourne’s Team Of The Century, also played 4 matches with Collingwood.

His lead role for Meat and Livestock Australia is a blockbusting advertising success story and Kekovich takes us behind the scenes. You know it makes sense! Kekovich is perhaps the most sought-after guest speaker in Australia and you are about to learn why. His versatility in the execution of the English language will have you in fits of laughter and absolute adoration for his language mastery with superlatives flying left right and centre.

Enjoy Talking Real Estate with John Gibson.

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