Are you ready to make a home purchase or just thinking about it? Buying a home is a process and for most, it's one of the more significant financial decisions we'll make. But buying a home does not need to be overwheling. Making this a positive buying experience is all about being prepared, well informed and having the right people on your team.
That's where having an organized and experienced full time agent to guide you thru the process is a must.
One of the first decisions you'l need to make is who to work with as your Buyer's Agent. So I'd like to invite you to talk about your buying options and how I can help you be a better prepared and more informed buyer.
A buyer’s agent represents only the buyer, not the seller, and has full fiduciary duties to the buyer including representing your best interests throughout the transaction.
Benefits of buyer representation is the dedication of a buyer’s agent to the buyer. The buyer’s agent and buyer establish a mutual agreement, known as a buyer agency agreement, that will entitle the buyer to, but is not limited by:
This content last updated on Saturday, July 24, 2021 1:00 PM from GSREIN.
This content last updated on Saturday, July 24, 2021 1:00 PM from GBRMLS.
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