Click on their links and see how they have handled other questions.
You can also checkout links on their agent websites like:
This will give you information on the steps you need to take to buy a home, get financing, questions to ask a potential agent, etc.
If you need assistance we'd love to help you find just the right home.
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Buyers agents like any agents should be interviewed to ascertain if they meet your specific needs. Questions to ask is how long have they been in the business? Do they represent both buyers and sellers? How many homes have they sold? How knowledgeable are they about the area that you wish to buy a home in? These are basic questions for all realtors. You may also look on there personal website and see if they have been given testimonials from their past clients. Even if they are reputable you may not click with them. So their are intangible things that are personal to you. How you like to communicate, what you expect, and your general feeling about the person who is going to represent you.
All in all it is important that you feel good about the realtor that you wish to represent you after they have satisfied you with the answers to your questions. Let me know if I may be of any additional help. Thank you for allowing the realtor community to be of assistance.
-Amy S. Arey, Realtor
Halo Group Realty, LLC
Your Home Is Where My Heart Is!
Check out referrals published on Trulia.com and Zillow.com.
Read agents profiles - to see their experience...
There are also designated ABR (Accredited Buyers Representative) agents out there - specializing in helping buyers.
Hope this helps,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
While the other agents have all volunteered to lend you a hand, I will also say that I am ready, willing, and able to start working for you today. Give me a call. I'd love to interview for the job to be your agent.
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