When you find a property how do find who has it and how you go about finding who you need to contact

  • October 27 2013 - New London
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Profile picture for billkruck
Hi Lanny.
If you find a property you want, you have several choices:
Contact one of the agents that shows up on that property page;
Look at many different buyers agents profiles for your desired purchase area, to get the best representation for you;
Go to the bottom of the Property Page, and find out who the listing agent is and contact them.  You may have to google their info.

Some skilled people may have enough skills to be able to negotiate enough on their against the listing agent, but it's typically best to find the best buyers agent for you, and let them help and protect you...especially considering the listing agent normally says the seller will pay for a buyer's agent for the buyer.

Either way...happy hunting!
  • December 20 2013
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Profile picture for Sharon Lewis
Not sure what you mean. If the property is for sale, I would suggest you bring in your own buyers agent to help you assess the property, do a comparative market analysis and then decide to move forward with an offer or not (first step in purchase though would be to speak with a lender to find out whether you are qualified to purchase)
Is this what you mean? If not let me know .Thanks!
  • October 28 2013
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