Vendors Advocate Melbourne

Maximising your sale

Vendors Advocate in Melbourne makes it easier to sell property and property breakthroughs come faster with an expert vendor advocate on your team.

Having an entourage means:

  • Making informed decisions on what is going to get you the best outcome for your property sale
  • A project manager who takes care of all the details from pre-listing to settlement day
  • Guiding you through a complex process with many moving parts and professionals along the way

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Vendors Advocacy Melbourne: Selling it the first time


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Put your best foot forward

A Real Estate Agent is rarely going to have the time to go through all the fine details on what could potentially net you a greater sale price. Engaging a Vendors Advocate In Melbourne gets you a property expert who knows exactly what you need to put in place to present your property in the best light and achieve the best sale price possible.

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Developing a strategy

Like all good sales and marketing, when you sell your property you need to understand who your buyer is and the best way to engage with them. This means starting with the outcome you want and working backwards from there. Selling a house is much more than just listing it on a website and crossing your fingers.

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Two for the price of one

Many people think a Vendor Advocate can be expensive, the truth is quite different. Vendors Advocate simply share in the fee the real estate agent traditionally charges. The result? Your out of pocket cost is exactly the same but you get two completely independent experts for the price of one.

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Sell it the first time

External forces can have an impact on how long your property sits on the market and of course on the eventual sale price. But there are a lot of factors you can control from how to present the property through to choosing the right agent and sales strategy. A Vendors Advocate In Melbourne helps you make the right decisions at the right time to sell your property for the right price.

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Making Selling Property Easy: How a Vendors Advocate Helps Avoid Costly Mistakes

The chances are you don’t sell property very often.

A Vendors Advocate In Melbourne helps you to avoid costly mistakes by:

  • Starting with your outcome and creating a strategy to achieve this
  • Helping you select the right agent and method to sell your property
  • Taking the emotions out of the picture

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Frequently Asked Questions

We don’t profess to have all the answers, but here are a few:

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What is a Vendors Advocate?

A Vendors Advocate In Melbourne helps you to sell your property and is involved from the initial strategic planning phase following the campaign through to settlement day.

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What mistakes should I avoid when selling?

Consistently working with both buyers and vendors means we keep abreast of what’s happening in the market and how we can maximise this for our vendors.

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Should I buy or sell first?

We work with many people looking to upgrade, but who are unsure about which order they should be doing it in.

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Do I have to pay Capital Gains Tax when I sell my property?

A capital gain or loss is generally the difference between what you paid for an asset you purchased and what you eventually sell it for.

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Handy tips from a Vendors Advocate: Wait for the auction or sell prior?

Why would you take an offer before when you stand to make so much more if you go to auction?

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