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Why it pays to use an agent to buy

  • An agent has most information in one place about what is on the market, including homes listed by other agent or real estate offices. 

  • An agent can supply information on real estate values, taxes, utility cost, municipal services, and facilities.

  • An agent can help you to contact a lender to determine how much home you can afford and financing options.

  • An agent can help you to find the home best suited to your needs, size, style, features, location, and accessibility.

  • Because an agent has no emotional ties to a property, an agent can be objective and point out its advantages and disadvantages.

  • Agent acts as a liaison between you and the seller to present offers and counter offers, until an agreement is reached.

  • Agent knows the resources of information you need (i.e. comparables and property profiles).

  • An agent will assist you in scheduling appointments with inspectors, appraisers, lender, escrow, etc.

  • At closing of the transaction, agent will review all closing documents with you to make sure everything is right and hand you the keys of your new home.