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Miami Momma, Home Owner in Miami, FL

What is a buyers agent, what does this specifically do for a buyer and who usually pays this "buyers agent"?

Asked by Miami Momma, Miami, FL Thu May 16, 2013

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A Buyer's Agent is the representative of such and therefore should work only in the best interest of this side of the transaction. Typically both sides of the Real Estate commission are paid by the Seller, there are instances and if previously agreed the Buyer's Agent can obtain the commission/premium from the Buyer.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Thu May 16, 2013
Hello,the buyer agent helps the buyer to find a property according with their expectation, shows property, prepares the offer, and offer advice the buyer during to purchase process . The agent buyer is paid from the seller .Good luck, Maria Diaz Coldwell Banker (marilindiaz@gmail.com)
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 25, 2013

A buyer's agent helps assist the Buyer in the Buying experience . Purchasing a homes is the best investment you are going to do . They help with guiding you with process of buying a home. The buyers agent is there to help the process stress free as possible . They will guide the buyer from start to finish in the buying process . Make sure to find a Buyers Agent you can trust . You will be spending lots of time with your Buyers Agent . If you have any questions on how the process works . I am happy to discuss the process in details . The seller are the ones that pay the Buyers Agent at the time of the sale
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat May 18, 2013
Will represent you in the best way possible in the purchase of real estate. Usually will get part of the commission from the listed property. Will be paid by the seller of the property.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri May 17, 2013
All services for buyers are free (It's the seller that covers the fee). Buyers agent can do hundreds of things starting from prequalification assistance and help with obtaining the mortgage to purchase a property, then locating the property, assisting with picking the best ones, negotiating, preparing the contract, coordinating the process between banks, attorneys, title company, insurance etc. etc. I have an extensive list that covers most likely over 250 activities along the process and its even more if the property is a distressed property like short sale or a foreclosure.
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