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What Happens When You Work with a Buyer's Agent

Buyers AgentIs it worth it to work with a buyer's agent? Here are a few things to keep in mind: Buying real estate is usually the *largest single investment* a person makes in their lifetime. This is what buyers stand to benefit from with a great buyer's agent on their side:

Negotiating power: A buyer's agent has your best interest in mind and knows the art of negotiation. More terms in your favor and more dollars in your pocket? That's our goal.

Robust network: Having a squad of industry pros (lenders, inspectors and contractors) that we can call on during the buying process is worth its weight in gold.

Expert juggler: Coordinating showings, inspections, appraisals, and closings is a part if the expertise we offer.

Creative problem solver: Fussy sellers, inspection hurdles, appraisal headaches - been there. An experienced agent has seen their fair share of hurdles and knows how to find creative solutions.

Most importantly, a buyer's agent is your advocate: Someone dedicated to answering your questions, decoding contracts and providing a second opinion throughout the buying process.

Warren Buffett’s successor Greg Abel recently said it best: “Buying real estate is the one time in our lives where we make a massive investment. Having that council and guidance is absolutely critical.”

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