Buying a New Home? Get a Buyer’s Agent to Help You
If you are considering buying a home, you need to get a buyer’s agent to make it an easier process.
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Today I want to talk about the benefits of working with a buyer’s agent. There is a multitude of benefits to getting a buyer’s agent to find your next home.
Hiring a buyer's agent will ensure that you have someone working on your behalf, not the seller's. It will be very hard for a seller’s agent to be impartial and represent both sides because their loyalties lie with the seller.
A buyer’s agent represents your best interest. They will tell you the pros and cons of each home and the neighborhood. And if negotiations go sideways, they will tell you to walk away from the deal since they have you and your best interest in mind. On top of that, they know the area.
A team like us has handled hundreds of transactions. We know how to get offers accepted in this competitive market. Plus, we can keep an eye out for new homes that hit the market, off-market opportunities, and also properties that may be coming to the market with our office or other agents that we know.
If you are out there on your own, looking online to find a home, it will be a lot harder. Many websites that advertise homes have a delay from the MLS to their website. So much so that by the time you go and look at it or call the listing agent, they already have several offers or have even accepted an offer.
Having a buyer's agent set you up with real-time MLS notifications when properties hit the market will be a great advantage. An agent can also be proactive in calling and texting you about new listings rather than you having to go online in your free time and find homes.
Our team has handled hundreds of transactions in the local market and would love to work for you. If you have any questions, give me a call or email me. I look forward to speaking with you soon.