FAQs – Bright Property Advocates

Bright Property advocates FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers
Bright Advocates is a local buyer’s agency servicing Melbourne’s South Eastern suburbs and the Mornington Peninsula. The suburbs we operate in include Springvale, Dandenong, Narre Warren, Carrum Downs, Cranbourne, Pakenham, Frankston, Mount Eliza, Mornington, Mount Martha, Dromana, Rosebud, Hastings and surrounding suburbs. If in doubt don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
Both terms including a raft of other terms such as property buyers agent/advocate, real estate buyers agent/advocate, investors buyers agent/advocate, home buyers agent/advocate all refer to a licensed real estate professional that represent the buyer in a property transaction. Buyers agents or buyers advocates assist buyers in searching, analysing, and negotiating residential and or commercial property. 
Sellers agents represent the seller in a real estate transaction. Their aim is to get the highest price and most favourable terms for the seller of a property. A buyers advocate represents the buyer in a real estate transaction. Their aim is to negotiate with the sellers agent and obtain the best possible price and most favourable terms for the buyer. for more information see our article Buyers agent v vendors agent: What’s the difference? 
We are able to source some fantastic real estate deals for our clients. There are a number of factors that allow us to provide this valuable service. We are constantly active in the property market. This enables us to become very knowledgeable when it comes to the local Melbourne real estate market, furthermore, we have a good understanding of the market situation on a suburb by suburb basis. Our experience collated together with latest data and statistics provide the framework for us to promptly identify undervalued properties. Our ongoing market activity enables us to generate a network of sellers agents whom we can source properties from before they become available to the general public. These off market properties attract less attention from buyers and can therefore can be acquired under market value. For more information read our article Is a buyer’s agent worth it? Five reasons to use a buyer’s agent

Typically we operate during business hours 9am-5pm Mon-Sat. As a buyer’s advocate we understand the time sensitivity during specific stages of the property purchasing process and provide after hours accessibility for our clients.