Important things to know about BUYER'S ADVISORS.
#1: We work "for" Home Buyers.
Many real estate agents work "with" Home Buyers;
but, they don't "work for" those Home Buyers like we do.
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#2: We are your Buyer's Agents 100% of the time.
We represent our Home
If your real estate agent isn't a "Buyer Agent" like we are, they legally:
can't be your advocate,
can't negotiate for you,
can't advise you on an offering price,
can't point out potential problems to you with a
can't provide you with information about the Seller or Builder (their reason for selling, price they paid, how long, how many times the property has been for sale, or a builder's reputation or any issues with his development.
#3: We represent your "best interests".
If a real estate agent works for a real estate agency that lists houses or condos for sale,
#4: We never act as a "Dual Agent".
Don't know what a "Dual Agent" is, read the New Jersey Association of Realtors
Informed Consent To Dual Agency. Basically, a "Dual Agent" can't give you the full range of services which we can provide our clients. Unlike, most Realtor®s, we never ask you to let us be a "Dual Agent".
NOTE: If you go to see an OPEN HOUSE or a BUILDER's MODEL on your own, the person who shows you the property:
is trying to "sell" that property to you, and
they aren't allowed to represent your "best interests" because they don't work for you.
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