What does an Exclusive Buyer's Agent do?
Updated: Aug 3, 2018
An Exclusive Buyer's Agent acts on behalf of buyers to purchase real property. Although their services are varied, generally speaking most Exclusive Buyer's Agents' services in Australia will include the following:
Consult with you and to identify your specific needs, preferences and criteria.
Alert industry contacts to identify 'silent' listings and ensure you have access to the best properties available.
Evaluate and shortlist suitable properties that meet your criteria.
Conduct due diligence, risk and cashflow analysis to support your decision-making.
Inspect, audit properties, and report on inspections to identify suitability of location, land and property.
Appraise properties to identify the best price for the property, and develop your purchase strategy.
Negotiate the contract or bid at auction on your behalf to achieve the best possible purchase price.
Coordinate pest and building inspections, obtain quotes required to bring a property up to standard.
Recommend and liaise with financial and legal representatives to support the property purchase through to Settlement.
In Australia, buyer's agents who are accredited members of the Real Estate Buyer's Agent Association of Australia (REBAA) are committed to providing minimum standards of practice, and operate according to a detailed Code of Conduct.
If you are looking for a REBAA accredited Cairns Buyer's Agent, or Townsville Buyer's Agent in Queensland, Australia, contact NQ Buyer's Agent today.
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