Buyer Advocacy
Why a Buyer's Advocate can be a great advantage for you?
Not every buyer is a professional negotiator...
As soon as a Real Estate Agent says HELLO he/she starts qualifying you as a buyer asking indirect questions to find out what your budget is and how desperate you are to buy.

The questions such as "Have you missed out on any properties? What are the addresses? For how long have you been looking?" are asked not because agents have a genuine interest. This information helps them to identify your budget and your motives. Please be aware that it will be used against you during the negotiations.

Buyer's Advocates are Licensed Real Estate Agents, and they are familiar with the sales techniques used by agents…but they are on your side. It is like having a personal Estate Agent working exclusively for you for as much time as needed.

Please keep in mind that in states like NSW and VIC the difference between the asking price and the final purchase price could be up to 25%. That is why inviting a professional negotiator who knows the market can be very rewarding.

The process of helping you to buy a property:
Stage 1
• identifying your needs
• discussing the budget
• signing up the agreement
Stage 2
Finding a suitable property through various channels:

  • auction bidding
  • Internet search
  • off-market search
  • pre-market search
  • post-market search
  • door knocking the discussed area
Stage 3
  • negotiating on the price
  • helping with due diligence
  • helping to purchase
Your Buyer's Advocate is happy to communicate on your behalf with Real Estate Agents during the whole buying campaign.
Financial Benefits
Save money
While Sellers have Real Estate Agents on their side to negotiate the best possible price, a Buyer's Advocate works exclusively for you to reduce the purchase price as much as possible. Plus you will not have to spend money on due diligence when a property is underquoted by the agents.

Professional negotiations
A Buyer's Advocate can help you to save up to 15%* of the purchase price of the property using negotiation skills. (*approx, not guaranteed)

Better choice
A Buyer's Advocate has an access to OFF-MARKET, PRE-MARKET and POST-MARKET properties which gives you more options to choose from.
Informative Benefits
Independent property appraisal
A Buyer's Advocate will conduct an independent appraisal of the property you are interested in, so no one can sell you an overpriced house.

Comparative market analysis
A Buyer's Advocate will provide the data of recently sold and currently selling properties in the desired area within your price range to inform you.

Update on new listings
A Buyer's Advocate will be informing you about new listings constantly monitoring the market.
Emotional Benefits
Save time
A Buyer's Advocate will save you time by doing the search and legwork for you, including door knocking.

Less pressure
A Buyer's Advocate will attend Auctions on your behalf saving you from the pressure you can experience there.

Less stress
A Buyer's Advocate will deal with Real Estate Agents on your behalf protecting you from the sales techniques they normally use with buyers
Buyer Advocacy
Sign-Up Fee:
Оnce off sign-up fee to begin viewing available properties, deductible from the total price
$ 2000 + GST
Auction Bidding only
$ 800​
Negotiating only
1% of the purchase price + GST

Full Service
2% of the purchase price + GST
  • Internet search
  • Pre-market search
  • Post-market search
  • Off-market search
  • Inspecting properties
  • Negotiating with the agents
  • Helping with due diligence
  • Auction bidding
  • Helping to purchase
Premium
3% of the purchase price + GST
  • Internet search
  • Pre-market search
  • Post-market search
  • Off-market search
  • Inspecting properties
  • Negotiating with the agents
  • Helping with due diligence
  • Auction bidding
  • Helping to purchase
  • + Door Knocking the discussed area.
Thinking of buying?
Contact Home Selling Support