Real estate agents are trained to provide valuable assistance to buyers in the following areas:

  1. Identifying desirable types of properties to acquire
  2. Locating properties available to view and consider
  3. Preliminary investigation and timely information gathering
  4. Viewing properties and providing guidance and advice
  5. Selecting the right property on which to make an offer
  6. Preparing a legally binding Contract of Purchase and Sale
  7. Negotiating favorable terms and conditions
  8. Assisting in arranging suitable financing if necessary
  9. Assisting in arranging property inspections and other needed services
  10. Assisting in the completion and possession process
  11. Most buyers prefer not to negotiate directly with sellers.  A buyer’s agent negotiates on your behalf and remains non-emotional/impartial
  12. Buyer’s agents help with due diligence and make sure sellers represent the condition of the property in a forthright manner

Working with a real estate agent gives the buyer confidence that they are entering into one of their life’s most significant transactions with a knowledgeable professional who is governed by rules, regulations and legislation.

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