1. To represent you as a â€œBuyerâ€™s Agentâ€, the agent cannot work for the same company that has the listing. If the Company is a Franchise different offices have different Broker Owners and are different companies so the â€œBrandâ€ may be the same but not the company. If the agent works for the same company you will be working with a disclosed dual agent. NOW that does not mean they wonâ€™t do a good job for you.
2. This next point is keyâ€¦MOST Builders require you to arrive for your 1st visit with your agent and the agent must sign you in to be compensated. If you have already signed in without an agent this could present a problem. If this is the case you could end up compensating your agent yourself as they will not get paid from the transaction.
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You certainly need someone with recent experience dealing with builders and new construction. That would be me as I have just closed a new construction deal in Raritan Twp (adjacent to Hillsborouh) with very favorable terms for the buyers. Incidently, I also marketed their existing home in Hillsborough. I look forward to hearing from you and discussing how I can help. Please email or call me at your convenience (email sent separately).
Please feel free to contact me for more information about my qualifications.
Gloria Laughton Allston, REALTOR, GREEN, SRES, SFR
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PRINCETON, NJ 08542
I have represented buyers purchasing in numerous different developments with many different builders. Not all builders are equal. Not all have the same warranties and often even with the same companies different project managers do better jobs than others.
Interview a few agents and ask which builders they have worked with and what was good and bad. There are many many things to consider.
Sure you can consider me for southern Somerset county if this is where you are looking.
Kenneth "Ken" Verbeyst CRS GRI ABR SRES GREEN
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