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Searching For A Property
Explain the forms of agency available to you
and explain how different relationships may affect the level and
type of service a Buyer may receive from a real estate agent.
Offer to enter into a written Exclusive
Agency Agreement with the Buyer. This agreement will include
beginning and ending dates, fee structure and payment method, and
the responsibilities of both parties.
Pledge absolute confidentiality to a Buyer
when representing him/her.
Counsel the Buyer regarding his/her financial
qualifications and assist the Buyer in finding and working with
Discuss preferences in size, areas, styles,
age, floor plans, and develop a property profile.
Search the entire real estate market,
including the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), properties for sale
by owners, and new homes (where appropriate).
Register your profile in our Instant Buyer
Bring you up to date of all homes on the
market that fit your preferences.
After The Offer To Purchase Is Accepted
Inform the Buyer about any defects or
problems he/she has observed or discovered regarding the property.
Prepare a comparative market analysis to
determine the property's fair market value.
Explain the choices available in each section
of an offer to purchase and explain the alternatives available to
Advise the Buyer to seek legal counsel where
Prepare the offer to purchase in a manner
which will protect the Buyers interest. Will provide proper
disclosures regarding agency representation and any other matters
as required by law.
Develop negotiation strategies with the
Buyer, including pre-set limits on key points of negotiation when
the Buyer wishes to do so.
Counsel the Buyer regarding the time
requirements in the contract and encourage the Buyer to have
professional inspectors inspect the property if the contract is
Our Closing department Will counsel the Buyer
about home inspections, and provide the names of real estate
inspectors. We encourage the Buyer to be present during
Will explain options available to the Buyer
regarding items in the inspection report.
Where appropriate, will notify the Seller or
the Seller's Agent in writing of inspectors' findings and the
Buyers choice of any options available to the Buyer.
Maintain contact with the title company and
mortgage company to insure that the Buyers interests are being
Will review the settlement statement with the
Buyer at or before closing.
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