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Why Should A Home Buyer Hire A "Buyer's Agent"?

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty, Pasadena

Why should a home buyer hire a "buyer's agent"?

 

1.  A buyer's agent can help you find most properties for sale in your price range and city of choice.  An experience agent can tailor a search just for you. 

2.  A buyer's agent can handle all the details involved in buying a home.

3.  A buyer's agent will answer any and all of your real estate questions.

4.  An experienced agent has the skills to negotiate in "your best interest" at all times to get you the best deal possible

5.  A buyer's agent will be in frequent communications with you, keeping you informed throughout the home buying process

6.  A buyer's agents fee is FREE! You pay ZERO! NADA!  You will not have to pay a buyer's agent to find you a home, negotiate on your behalf, manage all the details, keep you informed and answer all your questions.

 

Have a real estate question, need or concern?  Please don't hesitate to contact me anytime.

Steven Galindo

Keller Williams Realty

866-211-8682

 

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Leeshay Wright
Keller Williams Realty - Mauldin, SC

Steven that is good info and I think most buyers will appreciate the benefits that we offer and we are in there budget "Free"

Jul 08, 2008 11:24 AM
Kai Degner
Rocktown Realty (Harrisonburg) - Harrisonburg, VA

Thanks for the straightforward information.  The benefits of the buyer's agent aren't always made apparent. 

Aug 15, 2010 12:47 PM
Anonymous
Steven

Thank you for your comments.  Sometimes I think we need to gently remind people that we just don't wave our 'magic wands' and the deal happens.  Thanks again for taking the time to comment.

Aug 15, 2010 01:06 PM
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