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Should I sign a Buyer’s Agency Agreement?

As a First Time Home Buyer, you need a professional Buyer’s Agent working to find and secure your dream home. Just like when you have a doctor for healthcare or an accountant to help with your finances. Your real estate agent will take care of the hassles of everyday real estate transactions for you. Agents exclusively represent your interests as they help you find a home, present your contract offer, negotiate, and close on your home.  You Get a personal specialist who understands your home ownership needs.  In addition, your Buyer’s Agent will listen to your feedback and concerns about each home.
The advantage of signing a Buyer’s Agency Agreement is that you will have a professional agent working to find and secure the ideal home for you. You won’t need to spend endless evenings and weekends driving around looking for homes or trying to search websites .  When you tour homes with your professional Buyer’s Agent, you will already know that the homes meet your criteria and are within your price range.
Entering into a Buyer’s Agency Agreement has countless advantages. When you sign the agreement, you are simply agreeing to “hire” a personal representative who, by law, must represent your best interests to the best of his or her ability. All of this personal service is generally available at absolutely NO COST TO YOU!  In the state of Pennsylvania, the Seller’s Agent is responsible for paying your Buyer’s Agent fee. So, you get a professional agent devoted to protecting your needs and to helping you make one of the most important investment decisions of your life, and usually for free.
Call me today, so that we can start looking for your dream home.
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