Why Should You Sign A Buyer’s Agreement?

Your Interests Are Professionally Represented

Enlisting the services of a professional Buyer’s Agent is similar to using an accountant to help you with your taxes, a doctor to help you with your health care, or a mechanic to help you with your car.  If you had the time to devote to learning everything about accounting, medicine, and automotive mechanics, you could do these services yourself.  But who has the time?  This is why you allow other professionals to help you in their specific areas of expertise.

We will take care of the hassles of your real estate transaction.  We let you concentrate on your full-time job, while we do our job.  We will guide you through the home-buying process and exclusively represent your interests as we help you find a home, present and negotiate your offer, then close on your home!

You Get A Personal Specialist Who Knows Your Needs

Just as your accountant, doctor, and mechanic understand your specific needs, your Buyer’s Agent gets to know your real estate needs and concerns.  This type of relationship is built through open communication at all times.  Your Agent will save you time by providing details about a home before you see it.  In addition, your Agent will listen to your feedback and concerns about each home you see.

You Will Quickly and Conveniently Get A Great Home

The advantage to signing a Buyer’s Agency Agreement is that you will have a professional agent working to find and secure the ideal home for you.  It is next impossible to find a home that meets your needs, get a contract negotiated, and close the transaction without an experienced agent.  You won’t need to spend endless evenings and weekends driving around looking for homes or searching the internet by yourself.  When you see homes with your Agent, you will already know that the homes meet your criteria and are within your price range.

What Is The Buyer’s Agency Agreement

Entering into a Buyer’s Agency Agreement has countless advantages.  When you sign the agreement, you are simply agreeing to “hire” a personal representative who, by law, must represent your best interests to the best of his or her ability.  All of this personal service is available at absolutely NO COST TO YOU!  The Seller’s Agent is responsible for paying your Buyer’s Agent fee.  You get a professional agent devoted to protecting your needs and helping you make one of the most important investment decisions of your life — and you don’t pay the fee

**Nothing on this website should be confused with financial or legal advice. If you need this, or any other type of advice, please seek the help of a competent professional. In addition, because real estate laws change all the time and differ from state to state, and even city to city in the same state, everything in these pages should be considered general marketing advice and ideas. Please see link to full Disclaimer at the bottom of this page.

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