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1. knows the market better than anyone2. is a skilled negotiator that can help you get your next home at your price and close that purchase on your time3. has access to ALL homes on the market and some that haven't even hit the market yet 4. a Realtor has access to every home on the market and can arrange to let you in on your time.
When a Realtor (Listing Agent) gets a listing from a seller he/she works out a percentage of the sales price for his/her commission. He/She then splits that percentage with the buyer's agent that brings them a buyer. You don't save any money by not using a Buyer's Agent… that just allows the agent that represents the home seller and the home seller's best interest to get paid on the full percentage amount. And without a licensed Realtor looking out for your best interest, you leave yourself open to possibly purchase a home with unknown defects, etc… Having a buyer's agent only helps you.
Why do all the work yourself when you have a free service available to you? Work smarter not harder!!
From my experience as an agent in Las Vegas, Buyers agent are paid by the Seller.
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