In a real estate transaction, there are generally two acting agents: the Buyer’s Agent and the Seller’s Agent.
Unfortunately, many buyers today believe that the best way to buy a house is with the approach of “I’ll buy with whichever agent finds me the property.” They think that the majority of a Buyer’s Agent’s job is accomplished by finding them the right home they want to purchase and then writing an offer.
However, the method of allowing “whoever find me the property” dictate your Buyer’s Agent representation
could end up putting you, the buyer, at a great disadvantage.
Surprisingly, when it comes to the job of the Buyer’s Agent, finding the right house for you is actually only the
tip of the iceberg. Due to the Internet, any agent with a real estate license and a membership in the Multiple Listing Service can locate available properties in the Buyer’s criteria.
Add this to the fact that 85% of today’s sophisticated buyers begin their search online, and it can make you wonder just why working with an experienced and reputable Buyer’s Agent is so imperative!
As a Buyer’s Agent Team, we work with a select few individuals at a time, customizing a plan to work together to find and obtain the right house for you. After we have an accepted offer, I will utilize Keller Williams’ extensive resources and services, along with my own proven reputation and relationships in the real estate industry, to guide and protect you through as seamless a transaction as possible, all the while negotiating for your absolute best dollar value.
A good Listing Agent knows the advantage of working with a Buyer’s Agent that not only has an established reputation in the industry, but also is affiliated with a major company like Keller Williams. Such a Buyer’s Agent gives added appeal to the buyer’s offer, sometimes factoring heavily when dollar amounts are close in multiple offer situations, because it adds to the likelihood of a successfully closed deal.
Listing agents often try to convince unrepresented buyers that they can get a better deal if they are willing to negotiate a sale directly through them. The fact is, it is very difficult for one agent to simultaneously represent both the buyer‘s and the seller’s interest. Listing agents often try to “steal” buyers so they can get their client, the seller, a better monetary deal, quickly, with the best possible terms FOR THE SELLER. The truth is, your buyer’s agent will ALWAYS negotiate a better deal for you!
A Buyer’s agent’s most important service actually begins after the offer has been written. Here is what we will provide from this point forward:
It is our intention to successfully see you through not only the first transaction, but to become a continuing real estate resource to you in the future. From house search to escrow and beyond, we hope to develop a real estate relationship for life!