Using A Buyer Agent
Who's Protecting Your Best Interests?


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All Buyers have the same objectives.  Find the right home or condo, in a good neighborhood, at the lowest possible price and with the least amount of inconvenience. 

For many do-it-yourself Buyers this process includes driving areas searching for "For Sale" signs, possibly stopping by Open Houses and Sales Offices and chatting with the agent, searching the internet, searching the real estate section in the local newspapers and possibly calling the listing agent.

The issue is: since the agents who you are talking to are representing the sellers, who is looking out for your best interests? 

 In each of these scenarios, the person you spoke with represented the seller, NOT you.  Their priority is the seller and they have no obligation to protect you from paying too much or giving you any advice that might make you think twice about purchasing this particular home.  Would you go to court without a lawyer?  Would you ask the prosecutor to help you plead your case?  Then you should not buy a home without your own Buyer Agent to represent your interests. 

Since you are shopping for possibly the largest investments of your lifetime, you need a plan and your own Real Estate agent. The best way to find the home you are looking for at the right price and the right neighborhood is to create a working relationship with one agent.  Your Buyer Agent is legally bound to represent your best interests in the entire buying process.

As your Buyer Agent, I will guarantee results.  And the best part is that my services as your Buyer Agent is absolutely free!

Contact me today and put my experience to work for you!


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