Why You Should Have a Real Estate Agent

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If you are currently searching for a new construction home vs. the resale market, you should consider having a Real Estate Agent represent you.  As a third party agent, they are representing you as the buyer, not the builder.  The builder pays the agent’s commission, not you.  Real Estate Agents are knowledgeable in negotiating the sales price or cost reductions of upgrades and options, and can help with obtaining pre-qualified financing.   During the building process, a Real Estate Agent can recommend an independent inspector to ensure that the building specifications are up to code and that all corrections or repairs are completed prior to closing.



A Real Estate Agent will also be present for the final walk through and assist you with last minute details before closing at the title company.  Most agents will also attend closing to make sure that all paperwork is in order and funding takes place.  Since there is no money out of pocket for the agent’s services, doesn’t it make sense to have a professional oversee every aspect of the transaction on your behalf?


Comments (2)

Rekha Vyas
Keller Williams Realty of Brevard - Melbourne, FL

It makes sense to have a real estate agent on your side when purching new construction home. The model homes are staffed by agents working for the builder so who is looking out for the interest of the buyer?

Dec 03, 2015 11:25 AM
William Feela
Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No.

There are so many issues when buying Real Estate that even people who have bought recently and seveal properties may not catch it all

Dec 03, 2015 12:43 PM