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The seller typically pays the commission so a there is no downside to using an agent as a buyer. Not using an agent as a buyer will not get you a better price it will just get the seller's agent a bigger commission because it will not have to be split.As a buyer you benefit from using an agent because the agent knows the market, inventory and can prevent you from over paying. Most agents have seen many of the houses in the area and can rule some out based on your criteria saving you tons of time looking. They also do all the leg work setting up showings and keep on top of new properties that come on the market. Agents handle the negotiating of the final price which most people are uncomfortable doing directly. You may also get a free lunch out of the deal.
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