I am a Broker-salesperson living and working in Gloucester County. If I may be of service to you, feel free to give me a call. My information is below.
Brown & Pope Realtors
Your attorney (or Realtor) can help you analyze the recently-sold new homes in E Greenwich to help you come up with a range to offer.
If you decide to bring in a Realtor (to help guide you through inspections, etc), we would write in the offer that you do not feel comfortable proceeding without separate representation & are asking them to pay the Realtor fee of approx 3%. In this market, builders are hurting. I think they will accept. Hope this helps! Feel free to call or email with any additional questions or if you need the name of 2 good real estate attorneys.
I just noticed my colleagues comment. If you have already toured the home, YOU would be expected to pay the 3% unless your Realtor can negotiate their fee into the contract. I have a background in negotiating legal contracts in corporate America. Let me know if you want me on your side!
Some people think an agent's service and advice is FREE and will take take take until they have to actually pay for it ! Keep in mind, the agents fee is most often included in the purchase price, so you're STILL paying for it ! If you buy a home from a builder unwilling to pay an agent, the BUILDER is saving the commission dollars and the BUYER goes unrepresented ! ...not a great idea, in my opinion.
You can hire me to represent you for $150/hour or $500/ 5 hours non- contingent or 3% of the purchase price, contingent upon closing.
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Joe Montenigro, REMAX Home Team
Broker/Owner, GRI (856) 374-2800 x106
serving Glo Twp, Wash Twp and South Jersey
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