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This listing agent is family with two of the major home builders in my area. She is the listing agent of most homes from those builders. I'm not sure if that is going to be a negative factor when negotiating the purchase price. I have doubts... please help! Thank you!
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Hi - this is not uncommon. The thing for you to do to protect yourself is to get some representation for yourself. Let the listing agent work the side of the street for her/his builder/relative and you get someone (a GOOD Realtor) to walk your side of the street and look after your best interests. That's why we are here. Hope this helps. Cheers!
It doesn't have to be a bad thing. Consider getting your own buyer's representation from a realtor that will assist you with negotiations.Whether the listing agent is related to the builders/property owners (sellers) or not, the listing agent's duty and loyalty is to the sellers. So they will always try and negotiate the seller's best interests. An experienced agent can go to bat for you and make you aware of important things to consider with purchasing the property that you may not know of.This goes for any property you may be interested in purchasing.Best with your home purchase!
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