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My wife and I are looking at two areas in the Las Vegas area. They are about 20 miles apart, so we are thinking we should have an agent for each area. Is this wrong? The reasoning is that we will want to see several houses from both areas and figure an agent will get a little upset if we ask to see houses so far apart.
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Its really best to find one agent who you feel is servicing you the best, and stick with him or her via Buyers agency agreement. I have been in real estate for over 18 years, and have shown the same buyer properties almost an hour apart until they narrow down the area they feel is right for them. Make sure both agents have access to both areas with their multiple list information.Its really part of servicing buyers, with their needs, to find that special property. Have fun.
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