We don't search for a property for you. We empower and educate buyers by showing them what to look out for versus buyers' agents who, just like real estate agents, ask you to sign an agreement locking you in to buying with them.
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Melbourne, VIC (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
Purchasing a home is probably one of the toughest investment decisions people will have to make. It doesn't matter if a newlywed couple is shopping for a new home or if someone is buying a new one to accommodate the needs of his growing family; these goals have prompted several prospective home buyers to get the services of buyers' agents.
One of the most common problems home buyers have when they make use of the service of an agent is that they are locked into an agreement to purchase a house through them. While the agents may do all the work entailed with the buying process, the home buyers are often left in the dark with regards to the negotiation process.
This is the reason why prospective buyers should be armed with the right information right at the beginning of the buying process – and this is why The Real Estate Helpers now offers a Members Area which is available both as a free and a paid option.
The free membership offers access to The Real Estate Helpers' Property Research Tool, Weekly Members Only Webinar, exclusive content and case studies.
The Property Research Tool generates a customised report detailing a list of similar sales plus a projected sale price of the property a home buyer is planning to purchase. All a member has to do is give the address of the property to The Real Estate Helpers.
On the other hand, members of the paid options will get the aforementioned tools along with full access to The Real Estate Helpers' expert team, on the spot opinions, negotiation with agents, mystery shop. On top of these, home buyers will also get a full property report which includes a full transaction history of the property they are eyeing to purchase, on the market history, expert analysis and comments.
The full transaction history details how much a seller has paid in purchasing a property. The On the Market History report details how many times the particular property they are eyeing to buy has been put out in the market, whether for lease or for sale. The expert analysis and comments report can give prospective buyers a clue on what motivated the seller to put his property up for sale.
Lloyd Jenman, owner and founder of The Real Estate Helpers, said that most home buyers feel that they are alone in the buying process, with almost every agent seemingly working more for themselves rather than for their clients. With the aid of The Real Estate Helpers, buyers can turn the tables around by arming themselves with the right information prior to purchasing a property.
"We don't search for a property for you. We empower and educate buyers by showing them what to look out for versus buyers' agents who, just like real estate agents, ask you to sign an agreement locking you in to buying with them," Jenman explained.
While the concept of having a buyers' agent is pretty much a newer and smaller segment in the Australian real estate industry, Jenman believes home buyers are better off without getting their services.
"They charge too much money and deliver little value. I've seen many give their clients’ money away when buying a property from me," he concluded.
For more information about The Real Estate Helpers’ Members Area and their other services, visit their website today.