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What Does A Buyer's Agent Do?

If you're looking to buy a new home, chances are you don't have a full understanding of the local REAL ESTATE market. Nor are you likely to possess the skill set needed to assess different properties, negotiate a home sale, and navigate intricate local real estate laws. That's why many people choose to hire a BUYER AGENT.

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Help Buyers Find the Right Property

The best agents keep their fingers on the pulse by keeping an eye on the hottest properties and by reviewing daily market activity reports.

Educate Their Clients on the Buying Process

A great agent will have their own customized content to explain your own unique situation and what you need to be ready for. They'll also explain the legal and real estate lingo and answer any questions you have.

Walk You Through Each Property

Once it's time to start VIEWING PROPERTIES your agent will prepare everything ahead of time. They’ll give you information on each property that explains what you need to know about it.

Submit & Negotiate an Offer on your Behalf

Once you're settled on what property you want to purchase, your agent will advise you the BEST OFFER PRICE to make. This offer price will be based on the current market value of the property as well as the agent's own feel for what the sellers are likely to accept.

Can Refer You to Reliable Professionals

Your buyer agent will have a list of reputable local experts that they can recommend you. They can assist with communications and required documentation as needed.

What are Some Other Buyer's Agent Duties?

  • Listen and answer all your questions and concerns 
  • Help you determine your needs and priorities
  • Handle all documentation and paperwork 
  • Handle due diligence if no attorney is present
  •  Provide advice to help you with mortgage approval
  • Help resolve any issues between the buyer and seller such as a bad inspection report
  • Make sure homeowners insurance policy is in place 
  • Provide accurate contacts for utility transfers 
  • Review all documents before presenting them for signing 
  • Work as an impartial advisor to help you keep your eye on the ball and avoid emotional decisions
  • Buyer's Agent will advocate on your behalf directly with seller's agent


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As an agent who's an expert in this local area, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise about buying and selling real estate. It's not the same everywhere, so you need someone you can trust for up-to-date information. I am eager to serve you.

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