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The Importance of Having Buyer Representation
Education and Experience
You don't need to know everything about real estate. Your agent is there to guide you during the entire home buying process and will keep you informed and knowledgable. Having representation is the best way to ensure that your best interest is protected. Entering into a contract is legally binding and not to be taken lightly. Don’t make the mistake of doing so without a professional to guide you through it.
Market Knowledge and Analysis
Your agent will have important knowledge of market conditions and statistics that are necessary for making decisions throughout the home buying process. They have the tools essential for conducting a market analysis of the homes in your particular market.
Access to Homes
If you are looking to buy a home, a real estate agent will find homes that meet your criteria, get in touch with sellers’ agents and make appointments for you to view the homes. This can take a great deal of time and effort. A buyer's agent will take away the headache and make viewing homes run much smoother.
Negotiation Skills & Price Guidance
A buyer's agent that is an effective communicator and negotiator will add considerable value when it comes to getting the absolute best price for your home. An agent acts as a buffer, and has the ability to speak for you in order to avoid emotional situations that may create hostility between parties.
There are many different regulations regarding the contracts required for a successful sale. These documents and contracts are continuously changing, so it is imperative to have an expert to guide you through stacks of paperwork. In addition, a buyer's agent is familiar with the legalities of a contract. They know which conditions should be used, when they can safely be removed and how to use the contract to protect their client.