Sale blocked: Real estate agent at the centre of investigation into missing millions

A real estate agent at the centre of an investigation into millions of dollars of missing clients’ money has been blocked from selling two million-dollar houses next door to each other.

Consumer Affairs Minister Jane Garrett said Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) has put caveats on the two Melbourne properties, both worth more than $1.5 million, the Herald Sun reported.

This comes as compensation claims by LJ Hooker customers affected by the closure of six Melbourne offices almost tripled from four to 11 in the past week.



The lavish property boasts an ‘alfresco entertaining area’ as well as a formal lounge

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