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bevbressette, Home Buyer in Rotterdam, NY

We will be paying cash for our home do we still need to get a R.A or just having a lawyer for the closing process good enough?

Asked by bevbressette, Rotterdam, NY Fri Jul 27, 2012

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Darrell D. Drouillard’s answer
I'm not sure what you mean by "R.A", but, even paying cash, I would highly recommend a title policy so that due diligence can be done to verify clear title. I know of a case where a buyer was sued after purchase by an heir who was not consulted and laid claim to the sold property. Good Luck.
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"R.A" =realestate agent. we were just wondering if we needed to get our own agent if we were just buying or if a realestate lwyer was good enough?
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You should always have a Real Estate Agent represent you as they have excellent experience in the field and the seller pays for the commission. This gives you a solid edge and may reap many rewards.
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I feel an Real Estate agent is always helpful.


Victoria Fobare
Sterling Homes
518-857-4718
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jul 28, 2012
Regardless the method of payment no reason not to hire an attorney....
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jul 28, 2012
Bev...
It is always a good idea to have someone representing your interests as there is more involved with purchasing a home besides handing money over. An agent that represents the buyer gets paid by the listing broker; that being said, there is not any harm or loss of money in having a Realtor working on your behalf. Feel free to contact me should you like assistance, 330-2230.

Sincerely,
Jason Bustelos; LREB
New York Realtor Group, LLC
518-330-2230

jbustelos@nyrealtorgrp.com
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If you mean real estate agent by ra the answer is it's up to you. No-one ever has to have a real estate agent, they can simply go through the sellers agent, or if it's a FSBO then just the lawyers. However, having a buyer's agent that acts to protect your best interests isn't a bad idea, especially if the agent gets paid from the commision offered by the seller. With a buyer's agent you can confide your bidding strategy, most you can pay, most you want to pay etc. and they can devise a strategy for you. A seller's agent is obligated to tell act in the best interest of the seller, that conflicts with your best interests. If you didn't mean real estate agent by R.A. please disregard lol.
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