Why should you use a Buyer’s Agent?
Did you know that the commission on properties listed in our MLS is paid by the seller?
There is no cost to buyers to use the assistance of a Realtor! Why wouldn’t you want an advocate on such an enormous purchase?
Your Agent : Your Advocate
Should we form a buyers’ agency agreement, I will work intently to serve you and protect your interests. Because I have experienced hundreds of transactions, I will be able to help you navigate the process adeptly.
Topics we will discuss together include:
- Current market statistics
- Identifying your criteria for a new home or property
- The power and wisdom of prequalification
- Expectations and communication preferences
Once we’ve visited the available properties and you’ve chosen the one you wish to make an offer on, I will advise you on ways to sweeten your offer and thoroughly explain the content and terminology of the contract and addenda.
With experience and additional education as an Accredited Buyers’ Representative, I will handle the subsequent negotiations with competence and skill.
Post-contract, I’ll be there constantly to remind you of “what is next”. We will plan the inspections, and I’ll continue to negotiate on your behalf for repairs or concessions.
Coordinating the closing and other steps toward your move-in date will also be part of my service to you.
It is my goal to exceed your expectations with the value I will add to your transaction, giving you the tools, knowledge, and resources to make it flow as smoothly as possible.
Why Use an ABR?
Why Use a GRI?
GRI stands for Graduate REALTOR® Institute, a nationally recognized professional real estate designation. Why use a GRI?