Vendor Advocacy Melbourne

Sell your property with confidence!

Our Vendor Advocacy Services in Melbourne

Ready to experience stress-free property selling in Melbourne? Let our experts at Raveche Property guide you to success with personalised vendor advocacy melbourne services.

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Residential Property

Are you looking to sell a residential home or investment property? We have years of experience and can provide expert advice around the entire process from end to end.

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Regional Property

Do you have a regional Victorian property that you want to sell and are unsure where to start? We have extensive expertise and networks in regional Victoria that will work to ensure the highest possible sale price.

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Commercial Property

Do you have a commercial property and are unsure who to go to for expert advice on sales strategy? We know the property and understand the complexities and intricacies of selling a commercial property in Melbourne’s metropolitan and regional markets.

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Rural, Agricultural, or Farming Property

Needing to off-load a specialised property and want some impartial and non-biased advice on the best way to proceed? We take lifestyle property sales very seriously and know how to implement a sales strategy to ensure the best outcome for your individual needs and circumstances.


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Vendor Advocacy in Melbourne – Sell Your Home with Top Agents

We have a vast and connected network of real estate agents across Melbourne metropolitan and into regional and rural markets within Victoria. We ensure that your best interests are always front of mind when selecting selling agents to be part of the tender for your property sale. By engaging a Vendor Advocate to assist in selling your property, you will receive invaluable advice and personal service that will reinforce the avoidance of costly mistakes.

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How Can Our Trusted Melbourne Vendor Advocates Help You?

Vendor Advocacy is a collaborative approach to selling property.

Our vendor advocates will go to tender on behalf of our clients who want to sell their property. This tender process will include up to three of the best local real estate agents with recent comparable and successful sales campaigns to submit their submissions for selling your property.

It’s about matching the right property with the right agent in the right agency, and we do all the legwork for you. What’s the best part? There is no additional fee to have us involved in selling your property.

  • Selling your home or investment property?
  • Selling a commercial property?
  • Selling a metropolitan property?
  • Selling a regional property?
  • Selling an industrial property?
  • Selling an agricultural property?

We can help with all of these and are on hand throughout the entire sales campaign to provide independent advice and support to make the process stress-free and seamless to maximise your sales result and outcome.

Our Vendor Advocacy Process

Selling Process

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We arrange a complimentary property strategy session to get to know each other, talk about your goals, and briefly detail the proposed process and strategy specific to your unique circumstances.

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  • Research and find up to 3 different Potential Sales Agents to submit a pitch to you to sell your Property.
  • Visit your property with the Potential Sales Agents.
  • Visit your Property to assist and help refine Potential Sales Agents’ suggestions on the sale campaign and presentation of the Property.
  • Meet with those Potential Sales Agents (with or without you) and get a pitch from each of them to sell your Property.
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  • Give you professional advice and feedback on each pitch, give suggestions on different options presented, and answer your questions.
  • Help you with negotiating the exclusive sale authority and the terms of each pitch.
  • Manage the calls to let each Potential Sales Agent know whether their pitch was accepted or unsuccessful
  • Work with the successful sales agent to confirm paperwork and other necessary processes.
  • If required, help working with property stylists with your selected third-party contractor.
  • Give recommendations and guidance on the Sales Agent’s proposed marketing strategy and spending.
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  • Recommendations and guidance throughout the sales campaign and assistance with discussions on the Sales Agent’s suggestions.
  • Work closely with the Sales Agent, your legal representative, and other relevant third parties as needed.
  • Go to all relevant campaign and pre-auction meetings with the Sales Agent (either with you present or we can provide updates afterwards for your decision).
  • Discuss the Sales Agent’s recommendations for sale price, commission amount, marketing investment, attendance and inspection numbers, buyer feedback, formal offer, reserve price, auction strategy, and other details, and give guidance on each option.
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  • Attend the auction or sale of the Property (if applicable).
  • Continued communication and support with you as needed until final property settlement.

Melbourne’s premier vendor advocacy service

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Areas We Service in Melbourne

Melbourne & surrounding suburbs

  • Inner City
  • Docklands
  • City of Port Phillip
  • City of Yarra
  • Banyule
  • Darebin
  • Hume
  • Moonee Valley
  • Moreland
  • Nillumbik
  • Whittlesea
  • Bayside
  • Cardinia
  • Casey
  • Greater Dandenong
  • Frankston
  • Glen Eira
  • Kingston
  • Monash
  • Mornington Peninsula
  • Stonnington
  • Boroondara
  • Knox
  • Manningham
  • Maroondah
  • City of Whitehorse
  • Yarra Ranges
  • Brimbank
  • Hobsons Bay
  • Maribyrnong
  • Melton
  • Wyndham

What Our Clients Are Saying

Aife and her team have been so helpful to us sharing their expertise while we navigated the process of buying our first home. They saved us a lot of stress and money with their sound advice. Highly recommend their services!

“Melanie Wason”
Thank you Aife for all your help and support during the sale of our home. I will definitely recommend you to anyone that is thinking of selling their property in the future.
“Cindy Coles”

Frequently Asked Questions


A vendor advocate helps you to sell your property and is involved from the initial strategic planning phase, followed by the campaign, negotiations, and all the way through to settlement day. A Vendor’s Advocate is there to help you prepare the property so it’s ready for market, interview the prospective selling agents, and receive their tender and proposal documents and their recommendations on the sales process.

How much do a Vendor Advocate's fees cost?

Having a Vendor Advocate involved in your sales campaign is no additional fee.

We are paid by way of commission sharing with the selected selling agent. The real estate industry can feel inundated with information, and it’s important that the team you appoint around are you on your side. Having an impartial and independent real estate professional when you sell a property means that the sole focus will be on achieving the absolute maximum sale price for your home.

What mistakes should I avoid when selling?

1. Choosing the wrong agent

This mistake can often be one of the more costly, and in the current market, it’s even more critical to find the right agent to represent you and sell your home. When we go to tender on behalf of you to different selling agents, we will research all available options and ensure that we are shortlisting the right agents in the right agencies that are the very best choice for your unique needs and circumstances.

2. Over-capitalising on renovations and repairs pre-sale

A Vendor Advocate can assist in this part of the process as well. We provide advice and recommendations on the necessary work required before putting the property onto the market.

3. Not pricing your property correctly to engage the market

The price at which your property is marketed is very important to the overall success of the campaign. Most agents will tell you that the number 1 mistake that many vendors make when selling their property is overpricing.

Similarly, properties must be priced at market value and cannot be underquoted (which is illegal in Victoria). A Vendor Advocate will be able to provide more assurance and guidance around an ethical and fair pricing strategy for your campaign.

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