Too many people went with the advice and assistance of ameteurs and we are still working to get out of the mess. Find a qualified, full-time professional who can help you and spend the money to make it a clean and complete transaction.
*Contract Language and Interpretation
*Rights vs Expectation
*Disclosure and Ethics
*How to handle Due Diligence
The buyer is not currently responsible for paying their buyer's representative and are unknowingly putting themselves at legal risk. When you make a hiring decision based on who can let you in the front door first. That is not a hiring strategy. Buyers need to understand why they hire an agent before they start the showing process. I see it everyday.
Not all agents are equal and like any profession some are simply better at there work. How to hire an extraordinary Realtor is where a buyer should do their homework. Then let the professional guide you.
http://www.trulia.com/profile/GeorginaDalton/#__rec see what others are saying about me.
we know real estate law, most people don't
we know what to disclose, most people don't
we know how to interpret a purchase contract, most people don't
we know all loan types, most people don't
we know how to value real estate, most people don't
we know about getting qualified, most people don't
we know the market, most people assume they know
we have access to the mls, people don't... period!
we have contacts, affiliates and much more resources, most people don't...
all in all, we're professionals who been in the business a while,
call me and we can interview each other to see if we're a good fit.
sammy hernandez, realtor
clients first realty, llc
(602) 622.0703 c.
When you want the biggest financial transaction of your life done right, hire a professional. It is that simple.
PS: and I agree completely with my colleagues' comments.