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I do both, about 75% buyers agent. I feel because I spend so much time with buyers (for example I took out 4 sets of buyers on Friday, worked with 7 total over the weekend) I have my hands on the pulse of what buyers want, in many different price ranges. Makes me a better listing agent. I like the work that comes along with being a good buyers agent, the thrill of the hunt as we track down the right property.
my team members are listing agents but they do work as buyer agents for their sellers who relocate in our area.... we prefer that buyers who call on our listings have a buyers agent... we will show them the home, but we suggest they seek the services of a buyers agent to go forward.... we disclose in writing that we are agents for the seller....no dual agency....
I have 2o years as a listing agent and the last 10 as a buyers agent. I really like working with sellers and buyers. So I can not say if I am more of one or the other.
I am a professional and handle both kinds of transactions. By doing so I can give both buyers and sellers the perspective of what the other party is looking for and their stance...
I prefer to work with first time home buyers and investors.
I started out years ago as a buyers agent and I now primarily list and have my team show buyers
Martin Kalisker Both sides.
I consider myself both a listing agent and buyer agent. The market dictates you to be well rounded and flexible in order to stay in business.
I am both... and my business is spread pretty evenly between the two.