Do you need agents' help to purchase a home?

Posted by on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 at 1:37pm.

When you’ve never purchased a home before, you’re likely to get all kinds of advice from friends and family.

Some of it might even be good advice. But unless those friends and family members are active in real estate in the community where you want to live, it might be poor advice.

You see, the real estate market is constantly changing. The laws change, the disclosure requirements change, the prices change, and even the desirability of one neighborhood over another changes with time.

In order to have access to all the information you need to make a wise decision about your home purchase, you do need a professional on your side. You need a buyer’s agent who is committed to helping you purchase the best home at the most beneficial price and terms to fit your income and your lifestyle.

Your buyer’s agent will alert you to everything from a planned development that could affect neighborhood values to signs of a leak in the roof. He or she will protect you by suggesting contingencies in your purchase offer and will guide you in negotiations.

And here’s the good part: A buyer’s agent doesn’t cost you a dime. He or she is paid from the seller’s proceeds at closing.

Of course, I’d like to be the buyer’s agent who helps you make your home ownership dreams come true. So if you have questions about what I can do for you as your buyer’s agent, or if you’d just like to see what’s available in the area where you’d like to live, please call.

I’d be pleased to answer all your questions about Buyer Agency or any other aspect of buying a home. And of course, we can talk with no obligation to you.

Looking forward to talking with you,

P.S. Look for another letter from me soon with information that will help you decide if now is the right time for you to own a home

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