Buying a home is one of the biggest financial transactions of your life, but it can be daunting if you’re unfamiliar with the real estate market. Say you drive by the house of your dreams, and you want to find out more about the property. Don’t just call the number on the sign — go in with an expert on your side!

As a buyer’s agent, I’ll provide these benefits you won’t get from working directly with the agent listing the home:

  1. Diligent representation and negotiations. Unlike an agent working on behalf of the seller, as your buyer’s agent, my loyalty and legal duty is to you. I’ll focus on finding what you want and negotiating aggressively on your behalf — no need to take a back seat to the seller.
  2. Better price. As your agent, my goal is to get you your dream home at the lowest price. A seller’s agent seeks the best deal for their seller, and that doesn’t always translate into the best deal for you. Don’t throw your money away! Let me find you a great home in your price range and negotiate to get you the best deal.
  3. The right home. With your wish list in mind, I’ll provide transparency and advise you on how well a property really matches your needs. A seller’s agent looking out for their client isn’t going to give you the full picture about a property’s fit for you. Set your own standards and I’ll help you meet them.
  4. Simplicity of one agent. Having one reliable agent working on your behalf makes your home search easier and more successful. Not interested in dealing with multiple seller’s agents who aren’t tuned in to what you want? As your agent, I’ll guide you through your entire home search with your best interest in mind to ensure your needs are always met.

Take a look at these videos, they may answer your questions

http://youtu.be/KXxzDGRYpjQ?list=PLJ8nxcZniP615YRvvEv_hNnjWnTMenmY5

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