What Exactly Is A Buyer’s Advocate?

What do they do and why do I need one?

If you’ve been hearing the term “buyer’s advocate” thrown around but you’re just not sure exactly what it means, you definitely aren’t alone. This is our comprehensive guide to what exactly a buyer’s advocate is, what they do and why you should consider working alongside a buyer’s advocate. 

What is a buyer’s advocate?

A buyer’s advocate, in short, is a middleman that helps work on behalf of their clients to make sure they’re getting the best price and terms for their property. A buyer’s advocate, sometimes called a buyer’s agent, is a licensed professional; that searches, evaluates and negotiates the purchase of a property on behalf of the buyers. 

What do they do?

The main thing that buyer’s advocates do is negotiate the best price for your property. They may also help coordinate building or pest inspections and will help in the exchange of contracts. Buyer’s advocates take a lot of the stress off of potential buyers as they take care of the property purchase from start to finish. 

Why do I need one?

When it comes to purchasing property, many of us are convinced we can do it alone without the help of a buyer’s agent, and whilst that might be true for some of us, working with a buyer’s advocate can be beneficial for many potential buyers. 

Working alongside a buyer’s advocate means you get access to a wealth of information, tips, insider knowledge and personalised advice that could help you secure the investment property of your dreams more seamlessly. These are some of the top reasons we think everyone should consider working with a buyer’s advocate: 

  • They’re ahead of the game
    Buyer’s advocates oftentimes have access to properties that may not even be on the market yet, they also have insider information and tools to help you get the best deal when it comes to your investment properties. They help you stay ahead of the game by working alongside you to find you the investment property that best suits your needs. 

  • They look out for you
    If you’re a newbie to the property investment  world, having a buyer’s advocate to help negotiate for you can be very helpful. Working with a buyer’s advocate means that you can be sure you’ve got your property at the fairest price even if it’s your first time purchasing an investment property.

  • They work with your goals
    The best buyer’s advocates know what you’re looking for and aim to find the best property for you. They familiarise themselves with your goals and they help you find a property that ticks all the boxes. They can help you find your dream property faster, saving you time (and money) in the long run. 

  • They’re timesavers
    Let’s be honest, everyone is a bit time poor these days, and buying an investment property is a time-consuming process. Working with a buyer’s  advocate means you can focus on your work, your family, or any other obligations whilst trusting that someone behind the scenes is taking care of all the hard parts of buying an investment property. 

How can AllianceCorp help you?

At AllianceCorp, our team really prides themselves on helping you secure an investment-grade property that is guaranteed to provide you with rewarding returns over time. With years of experience as investment consultants, our team conducts an 80-point due diligence on each property to ensure they will stand the test of time.

We aren’t your run of the mill buyer’s advocate. Usually a standard buyer’s advocate will assist with one purchase – a one-off transactional relationship. 

However at AllianceCorp, AllianceCorpwe  help create a long term property wealth plan that is tailored to your personal circumstances and overarching financial goals. From here, we help our clients purchase each of the properties detailed in their property wealth plan so they can achieve their financial goals over the long term.

Explore our full range of services to see exactly how we can help you, and book a free consultation to begin your journey to finding your dream investment property today!


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