For buyers, especially first time buyers, they walk the buyer through the very complicated process from home searching to closing. The realtor can be instrumental in getting buyers in to see homes, negotiate price and terms based on the current market conditions, evaluate the engineers report, and find an appropriate lawyer and mortgage professional. Since the buyer gets all this professional experience and knowledge without having to pay the realtor directly, why wouldn't the BUyer want this professionals assistance.
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â€¢ A knowledgeable Realtor can save you endless amounts of time, money, and frustration.
â€¢ A knowledgeable Realtor knows the housing market inside and out and can help you avoid the â€œwild goose
â€¢ A knowledgeable Realtor can help you with any home, even if it is listed elsewhere or if it is being sold
directly by the owner.
â€¢ A knowledgeable Realtor knows the best lenders in the area and can help you understand the importance of
being preapproved for a mortgage. He or she can also discuss down payments, closing costs, and monthly
payment options that suit you.
â€¢ A knowledgeable Realtor is an excellent source for both general and specific information about the community
such as schools, churches, shopping, and transportationâ€”plus tips on home inspections and pricing.
â€¢ A knowledgeable Realtor is experienced at presenting your offer to the seller and can help you through the
process of negotiating the best price. By bring objectivity to the buying transaction, he or she can point out the
advantages and the disadvantages of a particular property.
And the best thing about your Realtor is that all this help normally wonâ€™t cost you a cent. Generally speaking, the
seller pays the commission to the Realtor (but this may vary from province to province and state to state).