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Rita Marshall
Launceston
Tasmania
Australia

Our Dream Building

Submitted into: Miracles of Lessons in Life Category,

On: 2014-09-28 21:59:50

After two months of moving to Tasmania and having bought a chiropractic practice, we found that we outgrew the current office space. We required a large building to move into.

We decided that we wanted a building in a particularly well sought after street just outside the immediate CBD.

The only buildings for sale at the time did not tick any of the boxes concerning our requirements for our patients.

After searching for size months without success, one Friday evening, as I drove my husband to the airport, we drove past a building and he asked me to slow down. He pointed to a building and said to me, “That’s the exact building I want. It ticks all the boxes!”

The weekend passed and come Monday, time to go back to the airport to pick up my husband. As I drove past, to my astonishment, the same building my husband had pointed to, had a “For Sale” sign out the front!

Ground level, 6 room building with large reception and car park spaces for 13 cars at the back, with clear driveway access. Absolute gold!

On Tuesday, we inspected the building and we made an offer. The agent told us that the owners referred to take it to auction. Our perfect building remained in the balance until auction day.

We knew, with every fibre of our bodies, that this was going to be our new chiropractic office. We commenced to do our research on the building, planned all the renovations, prior to the auction.

Auction day came, and I was to attend the auction on my own, as my husband was heavily booked and could not attend. As the auction commenced, I found I had three other contenders in the room. My brother was a real estate agent at the time, so I asked him for some tips on the correct timing for applying bids. His advice was to walk in with a cheque book and phone in my hand. He told me to hand back until the bids had reduced to $500 lots, when this happens, you start to make your bid.

At this stage, I put my hand up and bid. No one else bid. The next three seconds felt like half an hour had passed, very surreal, like time had stood still only for me.

The next word shouted by the auctioneer was “Sold!” I was the new owner. The sale price was $30,000 less than our original offer prior to auction.

Our miracle had materialised: our dream building at a bargain basement price.

Rita Marshall, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.