If you’re looking for a buyer’s advocate in Melbourne who can provide advocacy services and assist you with the purchase of your property, then the expert team at Reventon can help.
Our accredited buyer’s agent, Tim Graham, can help manage the process of purchasing your new home or investment property, and ensure you purchase at the right price.
Tim started in the real estate and financial sectors with Reventon back in 2011, and since then has worked with some of the biggest names in real estate in the US, Latin America, Europe, UAE & throughout Asia.
Tim has completed a Masters in Business Administration as well as being a licensed mortgage broker and holds a corporate estate agents license in Victoria & Queensland.
First and foremost, a buyer’s agent is experienced and not influenced by emotion compared to a new home buyer. They’ve purchased hundreds, sometimes thousands, of homes for clients and are quick to understand a property’s worth. They have the expertise and insights to look at comparable sales in the suburb and can negotiate a house’s pricing with confidence.
Moreover, a selling agent is more likely to deal with a buyer’s agent they know and trust, compared to a buyer who they may have just met, because they’ll have more confidence in a sale.
A good buyer’s advocate can help you avoid buying a dud or paying over market value for a property.
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Drag the controller for your income and discover your take home pay and tax rates.
Enter the property’s value and state or territory to discover exactly which fees and charges you’ll be required to pay.
Enter your income details and spending habits to discover your borrowing-power on a future home loan.
Enter the details of your loan and discover how much you’ll be paying each month.
With the budget planner, you can log your incoming and outgoing expenses to keep track of your finances and set saving goals.