The next time you purchase a home, who will be representing you in the transaction? If you work with a real estate professional, how can you be sure they will be looking out for your best interests?
Traditionally, real estate companies have represented the seller of a home. As their "agent", the real estate company has a fiduciary obligation to locate a buyer at the best possible price and on the best terms for the seller. The company also has an obligation to "treat the buyer honestly". As the paid representative of the seller, a real estate company and their sales agent clearly are obligated to provide a sale which is most advantageous to that seller. So who will represent your interests when you purchase a home? I will!
I specialize in representing buyers. As your agent, my fiduciary obligation is to you. By representing solely your interests, it is possible for me to locate the right home, negotiate the best price and terms on your behalf, and follow up on all the details of your purchase, right through closing.
Would you like to know more about buyer representation? I'll be happy to share complete details with you at no cost or obligation. Please contact me today!