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Why Buyer Representation

>> Protection, Loyalty, Truth, Professional Advice & Costs Nothing

 -> Know more, get more, pay less for a home - all for FREE - the seller pays the buyer agent. Don't make the mistake most people make, call for details.

 

I Specialize in Buyer Representation - I'm one of a handful of Accredited Buyer Representatives (ABR) in the area. Why hire a real estate professional?

 

 

CLIENT PROTECTION & ADVICE

In real estate transactions, buyer-clients are entitled to a higher level of service than buyer-customers. 

Becoming a client typically involves signing a Buyer Representation Agreement which involves, specific responsibilities, obligations, and high standards of good faith and loyalty (fiduciary duties of agency) from the buyer representative.

 

CUSTOMER MINIMAL SERVICE

 

As a customer (e.g. Seller's agent only representing the seller), you will only know what is required (Material Facts), NOT what is best for your needs such as if the home is competitively & fairly priced.

If you are a CUSTOMER with no Representation, the sellers agent will: If you are a CLIENT
(fiduciary relationship), your agent will:
Maintain loyalty to the seller’s needs Pay full attention to your needs
Keep information about the seller confidential Keep information about you confidential
Focus on seller-client’s property Focus on choices that satisfy your needs
Provide just the material facts Provide material facts + professional advice
Only provide price information that supports seller’s listing price Provide price counseling on comparable properties & professional insights
Negotiate on behalf of the seller Negotiate on your behalf

 

A Buyer Representation Agreement formalizes your working client-agent relationship, detailing what services you are entitled to and what your buyer’s rep expects from you in return:

  1. Receive a higher level of service. You can expect to be treated like a client, entitled to superior services, relative to customers.
  2. Get more without paying more. In almost every case, home sellers have already agreed to pay a buyer’s agent’s commission.
  3. Avoid misunderstandings. Clarifies expectations, which usually centers on loyalty.
  1. Agency relationships are based on mutual consent. Agreements usually specify a time period and they can be terminated early if both parties consent. Some buyer’s reps also offer representation agreements for as little as one day, for the purpose of giving both parties a brief trial period to explore working together.
  2. Strength as a team. A team dedicated to helping you achieve the best possible home-buying experience.

 

Learn more about an Accredited Buyer's Representative, awarded only to special Buyers Representatives

We only collect personal information necessary to effectively market and sell the property of sellers, to assess, locate and qualify properties for buyers and to otherwise provide professional services to clients and customers.  I/We do not sell, trade, transfer, rent or exchange your personal information with anyone.

 

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