Vendor Advocacy

We'll help you achieve the best possible result in the sales process

Professional, Independent, Unbiased Representation for Property Sellers

Selling a property is time consuming, unpredictable and can cost you thousands by not achieving the best price due to poor advice or pressure from a selling agent to sell for less than what your property is really worth.


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National Property Buyers currently have offices located in Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide who all offer our exclusive vendor advocacy service to property sellers.

Our independent Vendor Advocacy service assists clients in selling their homes or investment properties to ensure they achieve the best possible result in the sales process. NPB are experienced Licensed Estate Agents that take the time and stress out of selling your property and understand all of the processes and factors that are involved in what can be a very complex situation.

NPB Vendor Advocates ensure everything is done on your terms. It is important to note that you will always retain full control, however having an experienced property consultant on your side will make all the difference. We will be able to guide you objectively and ensure your needs are being met.

Some common questions many vendors ask themselves…

  • Which selling agent should we choose to sell our property?
  • Are they the best option?
  • How much commission?
  • What type of marketing/advertising do we need?
  • How much will that cost?
  • Should we sell by auction or private sale?
  • Is there another method that best suits our property?
  • Should we complete any maintenance or renovations before selling?
  • Do we sell the property vacant possession or tenanted?
  • And there are many more…

Selling property is likely to be one the largest financial transactions you make. NPB Vendor Advocates organise everything for you so you can have complete peace of mind that everything that should be being done is being done and most importantly you achieve the best possible price for your property.

NPB Vendor Advocates have the knowledge and experience in buying, selling and managing properties. Combined with our sound negotiation skills, we ensure you get the best result. Our service is of high quality at all times, with regular communication a key to our success.

Call us now on 1300 500 555 to find out more or complete our online Help Us Help You online form and an experienced Vendor Advocate will contact you shortly.

I would strongly recommend Rob Divita and National Property Buyers to act on behalf of a seller of a property. I had a property which I was selling in Melbourne and I live in Hobart and Rob looked after everything for me and followed up all aspects of the sale. Rob made recommendations in relation to real estate agents and kept me fully advised throughout the campaign.

My sale probably wasn’t the easiest sale and a few things didn’t quite go to plan but Rob dealt with everything for me and I knew and had the confidence that everything was being looked after.

— Steve S


The NPB Process in 5 Easy Steps

Step 1. Help Us Help You

The first step is to establish some clear guidelines regarding your personal situation and needs.

We will sit down with you and discuss your preferences and a number of other things including your reason for selling, time frames, methods of sale, appraisals, etc.

The more we can understand about your personal situation, the easier it will be for us to provide recommendations and advice that will best serve your requirements. Click here to complete our online Help Us Help You form.

Step 2. Selecting the Best Agent

We organise the best agents to inspect your property and submit their detailed proposals, including estimated selling range, marketing and advertising and of course commission.

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Selecting the best real estate is a crucial step in the process.

Clients can have as much or as little involvement in this process as they like. In considering the short list of selling agents, we consider their experience, credentials, local presence and recent track record, together with overall ‘gut feel’.

Once the selling agent has been selected, we assist you in reviewing and completing all of the relevant documentation and provide independent advice on the important decisions that need to be made. Typically that will include the method of sale, commission payable to agent, time frames, the selling agent’s listing authority and the most suitable marketing and advertising program for your property.

Step 3. Presenting the Property For Sale

It is very important that your property is presented in the best possible condition in order to achieve the best possible price. Together with the selected selling agent, we will provide recommendations and tips on improving your property’s appearance as that is likely to result in achieving the highest price.

If the property contains tenants, it may be beneficial to give them notice to vacate in order for the necessary renovations, repairs and maintenance to take place. Should anything need to be done to the property, we are able to organise experienced, qualified and reputable tradespeople to carry out the work, from cosmetic items that need attention to more major renovations.

If the property is vacant, we can also recommend the best and affordable, stylish furniture hire companies that can improve the presentation of your property, which can result in a considerably better price.

Once high resolution photos have been arranged and received, we liaise with the selected selling agent and of course yourself in order to help choose the best. All the proofs for the marketing material, adverts and boards will be reviewed by your NPB Vendor Advocate, providing independent recommendations as to any changes that may be required.

We will discuss and arrange open for inspection days and times that will suit your schedule and maximise your property’s exposure.

Step 4. Contract of Sale 

You will require a solicitor or licenced conveyancer to prepare the appropriate documentation on your behalf. This will always include a Vendor’s Statement and in many cases will also include a Contract of Sale, depending on the type of sale and which solicitor or licenced conveyance is acting on your behalf.

This step is crucial as a sale cannot legally take place without the purchaser first receiving a Vendor’s Statement that has been signed and dated by the vendor.

We will liaise with your legal representative or licensed conveyancer to arrange the documentation to be prepared. If you do not have a solicitor or licensed conveyancer to prepare this documentation, we can recommend experienced and reputable professionals who would be pleased to act on your behalf (and they’ll complete the job properly for you).

Step 5. Selling the Property

We will provide you with regular feedback and recommendations throughout the entire sales campaign. Irrespective of the method of sale, we liaise with the selected selling agent and will provide you with the real facts about how the campaign is progressing.

If your property is being auctioned, we will be by your side at the pre-auction meeting, during and after the auction. During the auction, we will be able to gauge how the auction is travelling and provide you with valuable information and advice that will allow you to make the right decisions. Should the property pass in, we will able to assist in the negotiation process.

All documented pre-auction and private sale offers from potential purchasers are presented to you through ourselves, which allows an important buffer between you and the selected selling agent. We will always act in your best interests and with our extensive experience and knowledge, we are able to provide recommendations in relation to price, terms, deposit, settlement date, special conditions, etc. We will ensure you make the right decisions and complete the required documentation, without any pressure.

Once an unconditional contract has been accepted and all documentation has been correctly exchanged, we are still there for you, right through until settlement day, which is when the banks and solicitors/conveyancers get to work.

Benefits of using NPB’s Vendor Advocacy Service

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Some of the benefits of using a NPB Vendor Advocate include:

Save Time – Time is a scarce commodity and when buying or selling a home, it can take precious hours out of your day. We will save you time assisting with the agent selection process and facilitate and oversea the whole process.

Independent Advice & Personal Service – Your best interests are always are our responsibility and we ensure you are aware of all of the real facts about your property and how it is travelling during the sales campaign. Our feedback will be completely independent with no emotion. Our goal is to ensure you receive the best possible price with the best possible conditions.

Save stress – NPB Vendor Advocates take the stress out of the whole process for you. From the day you engage us, we organise everything. From selecting the best agent right through to when the property settles, we are there as your personal property advocate, providing valuable, professional and independent feedback and advice. You can have peace of mind that your best interests are being protected at all times.

Free Service – Our Vendor Advocacy service is a completely free service for clients as we are paid by the selling agent selected to sell your property.

Call us now on 1300 500 555 to discuss your personal situation.

What’s Next?

Our clients enjoy complete peace of mind that their property is in the hands of the right people and the entire process is transparent and stress free and most importantly, the best possible price has been achieved.

Fill out this form to get started now, or give us a call for further information about our vendor advocacy service.

You can also read some recent client testimonials from property sellers who have used our vendor advocacy service.