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The Role of a Buyer’s Agent

The Role of a Buyer’s Agent

Property buyers agent or (advocate buyer) is a qualified real estate professional who works exclusively for the buyer. A traditional sales agents work for the seller and intend to achieve the highest sales price for the seller.

With today’s busy lifestyles, more and more people are choosing to use a buyer’s agent to help them buy a home or investment property. According to top property buyers experts, about 50 companies in Australia acting exclusively as an agent for real estate buyers compared to the previous two decades.

As an institution of professional buyers’ property, Prosper Group is often asked about the role that we play in the process of purchasing the property and also the advantage of what we can give.

So why many people choose to use a buyer’s agent?

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1. The professional property buyer is a property expert and has detailed information about the areas that they specialize in. They can advise you on the best roads, the most sought after type of property, property that has a better potential for capital growth and those to avoid.

2. A buyer’s search agent and review the details of hundreds of properties every week and checked dozens of collapsed property on your behalf, saving hundreds of hours of hard work contacting all realtors, trawling the internet and sacrificing weekends you see the property – you are taken directly to the best properties.

3. The buyer agents using their contacts in the real estate profession to get details of the property before they even advertised on the open market (often called silent sales). This is in accordance with some sellers who may be reluctant to allow their homes to be open to inspection invasive home and who may not want to pay the cost of advertising to market the property. The advantage for the buyer is that you do not compete with other buyers to buy a property.

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