Buyer's Broker? Buyer's Realtors? Buyer's
Here, I will
attempt to give you some insight into the confusing subject of buyer agency.
The laws are always changing!
who we represent and adhering to the law continues to make improvements in real estate
What is your
advantage in having a buyer's agent?
there any benefits to dual agency?
more homes to choose from when you work with a company who lists
times a seller will request a Realtor to list their
property confidentially. They are not ready for
everyone to know they will be moving. These listings
are confidential within a company and are not in the
Multiple List System by request of the seller.
who lists property is familiar with situations a seller encounters. They
tour new listings every week and stay very familiar
with the inventory available for their buyers .
A full time Realtor who is
experienced in listing property has encountered
specific property problems first hand. They are
experienced in negotiating and can present your
offer to best overcome objections.
Your Buyer's Agent in a Dual Agency
transaction has knowledge of the " listing" and
"selling" market in your area.
Seller benefits of Dual Agency?
Agent "location" is
important. In the same office, agents have toured a Seller's property and will recommend it to
increases the number of buyers.
REALTORS in the
same office work well together.