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Top 5 Things Every Home Buyer Should Know

  1. Buyer Representation is FREE!
  2. Working with a Buyer’s Agent can save you time, gas, money, and hassle!
  3. Buyer’s Agents work to promote and protect your best interests.
  4. Some Buyer’s Agents have earned the ABR (Accredited Buyer’s Representative) Designation by taking additional Buyer Representation Education.
  5. Getting Pre-Qualified by a quality lender is one of the first steps in the Home Buying process.

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  1. Most Buyers today do not realize that they can hire a Real Estate Professional to help them through their entire home purchase process at no cost to them. The Seller pays all commissions to both Agents at the Close of Escrow, when your transaction is complete. How many other professionals can you hire where someone else pays the bill? Buyers benefit from the Real Estate Agent’s experience, education, and negotiation skills! Did YOU know Buyer Representation is FREE?

  2. Buyer’s Agents have access to some resources you don’t, such as current and accurate real estate listing history and tax information. Some of the most popular home search sites contain stale, outdated, and wrong information on them. That can be very frustrating. Furthermore, some Buyer’s Agents can also locate special wholesale offerings. They can even preview homes for you while you are at work or traveling! Working with a Buyer’s Agent can save you time, gas, money, and hassle!

  3. Negotiation skills are a key advantage to working with a Buyer’s Agent. They will make sure you are taken care of and get the best value possible. They can negotiate the home warranty, closing dates, inspections, and seller concessions. Buyer’s Agents keep every aspect of the deal on track to ensure a smooth transaction, every step of the way, from the initial home search to the close of escrow. They work to promote and protect your best interests!

  4. Real Estate professionals have ongoing opportunities to take classes to obtain specific designations. These courses are in addition to the Agent’s original, basic training needed to acquire their Real Estate License. Particular designations can be very valuable when they negotiate on your behalf and go to bat for you when making a purchase offer on your favorite home. Some Buyer’s Agents have earned the ABR (Accredited Buyer’s Representative) Designation that specializes in Buyer Representation, making them the best advocate possible for their Home Buyer.

  5. Choosing your Real Estate Team is an important decision! There are many moving parts and players required for each transaction. The people you choose will have an impact on your success and stress level during one of the largest purchases of your life. Your Buyer’s Agent is a significant resource when it comes to helping you determine your team. Lenders, Title Companies, Home Inspectors, and Pest Inspectors all play a critical role. First things first, though! Getting pre-qualified by a quality Lender is one of the very first steps in the Home Buying process.

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