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Go House Hunting With A Buyer’s Agent

If you’re thinking of purchasing a home, don’t go with just any real estate agent: Get a full-time buyer’s agent.

House hunt with a buyer's agent

One of the biggest advantages of working with a buyer’s agent is that you’re less likely to have any conflicts of interest.

Unlike agents who represent buyers and sellers, buyer’s agents won’t steer you towards a home that one of their clients has listed, or that’s being represented by an agent they’re working with on another deal.

You should never have to wonder: “Is my agent pushing me to buy this home because he wants to curry favor with the selling agent? Are they working on another deal together where their roles are reversed?”


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  1. Erica McClenny said:
    on November 3rd at 08:20 am

    Consulting a home buyer agent is very important. Investing in real estate is a big decision that could affect and influence your life. Therefor, it is important to seek and ask professional advice from home buyer agents.