Melbourne buyer's agent

A Melbourne buyer’s agent can be invaluable in helping you make the most of the city’s property market. With extensive agent listings, real estate market data and useful tips for property hunters, Buyers Agent Guide will help you to understand the benefits of using an independent agent.

Get the competitive edge in property with a buyer’s agent Melbourne. Agents help you to get the most out of your capital dedicate. They dedicate 100% of their time to building their knowledge of local real estate trends, perfectly placing them to find the perfect property that will also put you in a strong position for capital growth.

A buyer’s agent Melbourne understands the complex relationship between demographics, migration, market data, legislation and planned infrastructure. This knowledge means they can provide you with insights regarding the future direction of house prices and rental yields.

Most importantly, Australian law requires that practicing buying agents be qualified and independent. They must work exclusively for the buyer, not the seller – no conflict of interest means the agent is interested in achieving the best possible outcome for the buyer.

If you haven’t used an agent before, do your research and know what to expect. Whether you are buying your first home, upgrading or investing in property, you will be amazed at the results you can achieve with the help of a professional buyer.

You can get help from a professional buyer for any or all of the stages in buying a new home. Most people opt for the complete service comprising:

  • initial consultation to build your property profile
  • research to identify properties that meet your needs
  • inspections to create a shortlist of properties that are the best fit
  • bidding on your behalf at an auction if needed
  • negotiating price and other terms with the seller
  • overseeing the property acquisition and informing you of what is required to successfully complete the purchase and
  • passing on industry contacts who may be useful, for example accountants, lawyers, conveyancers, building inspectors, pest inspectors, mortgage brokers, financial planners, property managers and other relevant service providers.

Melbourne property market overview

Melbourne’s property market is tough and different parts of the market have been acting vastly differently over the past 6 to 12 months. This is in part due to changes to Victoria’s first home buyer incentives and this is likely to result in an unpredictable property market for the remainder of 2013. On a positive note, auction clearances and prices have both been on the rise in recent months.buyer’s agent Melbourne

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