Over 20 years experience selling:
Hotel and Leisure
"Old school values meet modern technology."
Monty Van Dyk is founder of Easy Agent Real Estate and Lead Funnels Australia, headquartered on the Gold Coast, Queensland and is a licenced agent in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.
Monty has sold thousands of homes in the past 20+ years, performing exceptionally regardless of changing market conditions.
Before moving into real estate in 2002, Monty worked as a mechanical engineer.
He credits the success of Easy Agent to the culture of learning and growth.
His commitment to innovation has placed him in the top agent mastermind of real estate in Australia.
When he is not coaching or speaking, Monty is enjoying time with his family, playing music or training for his next IRONMAN triathlon.
He is originally from Cairns, Queensland.
MY CURRENT LISTINGS
Specialist agent Monty Van Dyk presents a unique opportunity to secure a rare offering for OFF PLAN permanent management rights in Brisbane. On offer is the management rights to 80 residential townhomes... >> More
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Thank you Monty for being such a great help in selling our business.
We have been very worried about what to do but you made it so easy for us and we cannot thank you enough.
I am so excited to go on our much anticipated holiday now,
Thank you again and i promise to send you a postcard!!
Wishing you all the best for the future
Sharon and Mick
- Sharon Mc
I am writing to thank Monty for selling our 2 investment properties.
I know it was not an easy task as they both had their share of issues but thankfully you never gave up and we got them both sold in the end.
I just want to say i appreciate your persistance with both contracts and i am sure most agents would have walked away given the circumstances as we had previously listed them with other agents with no luck at all.
Thank you so much again
I have great pleasure in writing this letter of recommendation for Monty Van Dyk.
We have recently purchased a property through Monty and found the experience surprisingly easy and enjoyable.
His approach to negotiating was refreshing and we felt that he cared about us as the buyer as well as the seller.
We felt he was genuinely looking to find a sale that was fair to both parties.
He was accommodating with any additional requests we asked for and helping in arranging access for the required inspecions.
He kept us informed along the way of the buying process and acted in a courteous, respectful and professional manner.
We have no hesitation in recommending Monty to our friends and family and would use Monty ourselves to sell our home in the future.
- Jason Wentworth
How to find your purpose
I was asked a confronting question today: why are you doing what you do? What is your purpose for doing this?
These were really great questions that made me reflect on my early beginnings as a business broker back in 2002 (photo attached) and how my current role with Easy Agent Real Estate Australia aligns with my core values, because it has nothing to do with making money or anything like that; it's much bigger.
So how do you figure out what your purpose is?
Is it something you develop naturally over the course of a lifetime? Or are there steps you can take to encourage more purpose in your life?
Below, I have listed 7 considerations for helping anyone find their purpose in life.
1. Identify the things you care about. Purpose is all about applying your skills toward contributing to the greater good in a way that matters to you. So, identifying what you care about is an important first step.
2. Reflect on what matters most. Sometimes it can be hard to single out one or two things that matter most to you because your circle of care and concern is far-ranging. Understanding what you value most may help you narrow down your purpose in life to something manageable that also truly resonates with you.
3. Recognise your strengths and talents. We all have strengths and skills that we’ve developed over our lifetimes, which help make up our unique personalities. Yet some of us may be unsure of what we have to offer.
4. Try volunteering. Finding purpose involves more than just self-reflection; it’s also about trying out new things and seeing how those activities enable you to use your skills to make a meaningful difference in the world.
5. Imagine your best possible self. This exercise is particularly useful in conjunction with the magic-wand exercise described above.
6. Cultivate positive emotions like gratitude and awe. To find purpose, it helps to foster positive emotions like awe and gratitude. That’s because each of these emotions is tied to well-being, caring about others, and finding meaning in life, which all help us focus on how we can contribute to the world.
7. Look to the people you admire. Sometimes the people we admire most in life give us a clue to how we might want to contribute to a better world ourselves.
You don’t need fame to fulfill your purpose in life. You just need to look to your inner compass—and start taking small steps in the direction that means the most to you.
Onwards and Upwards
photo is care of Kaptiol Brokers, with Ingram, David and myself. circa 2002.
STRATEGICALY LOCATED ON THE NORTHERN GOLD COAST.
I look forward to helping you towards your real estate goals.
PO Box 522, Ormeau Q 4208
0413 770 636
MONTY VAN DYK
Onwards and Upwards!
Monty Van Dyk is an independent agent working with Easy Agent
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