Why Do You Need a Buyer's Agent?

Posted by Robert Dekanski on Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 at 6:04pm.

Buying a home is a huge decision, and it’s the biggest purchase you’ll make during your lifetime. That’s why you absolutely need to have a buyer’s agent.

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Do you need an agent when looking to buy a home? Of course you do!

Buying a home is a huge decision, and it’s more than likely the most expensive purchase you will make in your life. Whether you're buying a home for sale in Piscataway or Perth Amboy, having a trusted professional you can count on to guide you through that process is essential.

You want to make sure you get the right person for the job. So, what sort of things should you look for in a buyer’s agent?

They should be local, knowledgeable, and experienced. If you want a home in a location that gives you a shorter commute to work, then your agent should be able to direct to specific neighborhoods such as Birch Glen and others that fir your needs and lifestyle. You want to make sure they focus on showing buyers homes, negotiating offers, and helping buyers with pricing and strategizing. You also want to make sure they will be an advocate and really fight for your best interests.

A buyer’s agent will be there for you from start to finish. They will dig up the properties you are looking for and answer any questions you may have about them. Make sure your agent works full-time and is educated. This way, if any complications come up with a home you want to purchase, you’ll know whether or not you are making a good decision.


Make sure your agent works full-time and is educated.

 

The best part of hiring a buyer’s agent is that it won’t cost you a thing. The seller of the home you end up purchasing pays the agent’s commission, so there is really no reason not to find a buyer’s agent, connect with them, and go look at houses with them.

If you have any other questions about hiring a buyer’s agent, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I’m here to help.

 

 

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