You do not have to worry about that though, you are in Stockton, Stockton has a wonderful agent named Joe Cox who both works his tail off, is highly effective and does not require a buyers agreement, though I have told him he should start.
As a top producing lender, I have worked with a lot of agents, Joe Cox is clearly one of the best that you has a buyer or seller can use.
Here is a link to his Web Site
An here is his contact information.
9044 Rieti Lane
Stockton, CA 95212
209 9549888 |
A lot of good information on this posting and you can see the answers are pretty similar in nature. Your best interest should be to work exclusively with an agent you feel comfortable with and trust, one who is experienced with all property types whether traditional or distressed, a full time and local agent. Then get together to review the specifics on your situation. Although most home buying processes are the same there are always little intangibles based on your individual circumstances and situation. This way you have a clear understanding of expectations before making any type of commitment.
There are a lot of great agents for you to take into consideration getting in touch with to see who is your best fit. Have a great day!
Prudential California Realty
DRE # 01427426
So even though you don't pay for it directly, you are hiring someone to look out for your interests in what is likely the largest purchase of your life. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't hire someone to operate on you simply because they were a friend or a friend of a friend or Aunt Mary's second cousin twice removed - take the same care with your investment money. Interview several agents/brokers. Talk with their referrals. Ask them to explain the process. Look them up online, etc... You'll be happy you did in the end, and don't worry about upsetting someone. Agents are like stop signs - they're everywhere. It's your money. you shouldn't be guilted into hiring someone you don't want to.
Although I am in Texas I enjoy helping others with the process, so feel free to give me a call for advice.
Enjoy the every step and a early congratulations on the purchase of your new home.
Direct- (817) 789-5591
RE/MAX Active Realty.
Short Sale And Foreclosure Resource
Phone: (510) 676-4770
There is no fee to you. The seller pays our commission. If you like we can set an appt to go over entire home buying process and tips from beginning to end. My info is below
Real Estate Broker/Notary
Integrity Real Estate Center, Inc.
2815 N California St
Stockton, Ca. 95204
209 598 1502. Mobile
209 472 0389. Office
209 472 0392. Fax