The team at REBAA are here to help you find an accredited buyer’s agent or advocate to help you with the purchase of your new Adelaide home or investment property. A buyer’s agent is able to search, evaluate and negotiate a property purchase on your behalf, saving you both time and money. By engaging with a REBAA accredited buyer’s agent, they’ll provide you with all the advice you need to ensure you don’t overpay. A buyer’s agent will manage the entire process of purchasing a property for you, ultimately saving you precious time and money.
Adelaide’s Leading Team of Buyer’s Advocates
Whether you’re looking to upgrade your home or invest in a commercial property, let our buyer’s advocates help you take the next step. From finding the right property, through to negotiating the price and purchasing the property, we’ll help make the process stress-free. Below is a list of REBAA accredited buyer’s agents and buyer’s advocates in Adelaide and South Australia who can help you make the right purchase at the right price. Alternatively, if you need help finding a buyer’s agent who can provide you with the services you need, contact REBAA today.
Frequently Asked Questions About Buyer’s Agents in Adelaide
What things should you look for in a buyer’s agent?
There are many things consumers should look for when choosing a buyer’s agent, these include:
Check with the relevant state’s department of fair trading to ensure they are appropriately licensed and insured. They should also have the relevant qualifications.
Membership of the Real Estate Buyers’ Agents Association of Australia
If they aren’t a member, ask why not. REBAA is Australia’s only national professional association for buyer’s agents. In order to become a member, agents must go through a stringent process. Once an agent is a member, they have to adhere to a strict code of conduct.
Field and experience
Look for agents who have a minimum of 12 to 24 months’ experience in the particular area that you are interested in. It is worth finding out about their most recent purchases.
A solid track record
Make sure the buyer's agent has a good track record. Ask for references from at least three recent clients who you can contact to discuss their experience with the agent.
A great buyer’s agent will have a wide network of selling agents to access properties off-market and earlier than the general public. They should also be able to connect with you the representatives of complementary professions.
What can a buyer’s agent do that I can’t do on my own?
A buyer’s agent won’t have the same emotions and inexperience that most buyers have. They’ll be able to bring a level head and good solid guidance based on experience, as well as being able to qualify what’s a good property fast, and will have the ability to narrow down the field so you can act quickly and avoid buying a lemon.
For more information about a buyer’s advocate in Adelaide, see our full list of FAQs here.