Real Estate Buyer’s Advocate vs Agent
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Selling and buying for most people is something that you experience less than a handful of times during your life.
Real Estate Agents and real estate Buyer’s Advocates have done this hundreds and even thousands of times.
The questions often asked by a large number of clients:
A Buyer’s Advocate should assist you in reviewing the areas you wish to purchase in and evaluating risk. Making sure there are no big developments or changes that will impact you in the future and help you select a great asset (whether to live in or as an investment)
A Buyer’s Advocate ensures all building and pest inspections are completed, negotiates with the vendor’s agent, and bids at auction within your budget while improving your chances to buy by 92% when securing a property purchase under the hammer. Planning and consideration around bidding strategy, contract reviews, and negotiations to protect you along with sourcing property, inspecting, shortlisting, and liaising with agents daily.
When it comes down to it, an experienced Buyer’s Advocate is a financial investment many people simply can’t do without.
We often pay professionals to do our taxes and visit when we are sick, a true professional Buyer’s Advocate with tons of experience is equally as important. A Buyer’s Advocate stays on top of change and helps you invest in property wisely. A good Buyer’s Advocate understands that every buyer requires a different mix of service and advice, and taking the time to listen and guide you is paramount to your success.