Why Should You Be Represented by a Buyer's Agent?

  • July 19 2009 - Henderson
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Most buyers would benefit from good representation. The trick is finding a REA that is well informed, with integrity, that genuinely put the best interests of their clients and clients' families before their own professional interests. In my limited experience, unfortunately, they are few and far between.
  • July 20 2009
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Buyer's agent can help you to find the property you really want.You can search your self, but you really don't have the access that a real estate agent has.
I actualy have a website that will get you access to the multiple listings without working with a buyers agent.
You can view properties for free just like an agent.
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Good luck
  • July 20 2009
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