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How a buyer’s advocate can help you navigate a hot property market

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Buying at a packed auction can be a scary experience. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Dylan Coker


Fear of missing out has sparked a national property panic, pushed prices to rise at their fastest rate in 32 years and dropped days on market to record lows. As frustrated house hunters navigate the fast-paced sellers’ market, purchasers are seeking out ways to get the upper hand by engaging buyer’s agents (also known as a buyer’s advocates) to cut through the competition.

Seasoned selling agent-turned-buyer’s agent Reece Coleman of Maker Advisory, said the Australian property market is evolving.

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