Where should I buy? What should I buy? Am I overpaying? Is the real estate agent honest? Am I being misled?
A buyer's agent or advocate is a property investment specialist. Just as you might use an accountant, stockbroker, lawyer or super fund to help secure your wealth, a buyer’s agent can help you meet financial goals when making your largest investment.
In Australia, buyer’s agents must be qualified and independent, ensuring they have no conflict of interest.** Buyer’s agents must hold a licence for the state in which the property is situated and cannot act on behalf of the vendor in the transaction.
On average, Australians buy only two or three homes during their lifetime. For most people, property is the largest and most time consuming investment they will ever make. By contrast, a buyer’s agent helps others buy property for a living. Agents spend their time developing their understanding of property values, investment strategies and local town planning to maximise financial outcomes for their clients.
Investing in property Buying a home Auction bidding Property valuation and negotiation Purchasing commercial property
It’s transparent. We review and recommend agents, not agencies – the person we connect you with is the person who will do the work.
It’s free with no obligations. Submitting a brief to Clincher does not obligate you to engage us, or the agents we work with, for any paid services.
It’s confidential. We won’t sell or share your contact information. Clincher prevents you ending up on dozens of mailing lists by making your enquiries for you.
It saves time and money. We save you the legwork and connect you with agents tailored to your profile, maximising your chance of buying the right property at the right price.
It’s independent. We don’t receive fees from buyer’s agents. Clincher is an independent service that relies on your recommendation to help us grow.