When you want to buy a home the best place to start is to hire an EXCLUSIVE Buyer Agent, not just a Buyer's Agent. EBAs only work with homebuyers and there is never a conflict of interest that will jeopardize your negotiating position. I can refer you to an EBA in your area, if you like.
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Your realtor should be telling you when the paper work is due to the new buyer. There are time frames in which different paper work is due. Its best to give documents like that as soon as they can be given, this way there is no surprises down the road that upsets the buyer and makes them walk away... also have a real estate attorney for the details when it comes time to sign contracts so your protected.... more
This is definitely year around living.....but we have four seasons and you need to be prepared for that in all of your activities. Today I left the house in a light jacket and by the time I returned home it was pouring snow! Springtime in the Rockies!... more
Mmmmm every agent's dream....a double ended deal! :) You need to check your Exclusive Right-To-Sell Listing Contract. If the Seller Agency box is checked at the top and the box in 184.108.40.206 (Seller Agency Unless Brokerage Relationship with Both) is unchecked, then your agent can only represent you....but they can work with the buyer as a Customer. Definition of Customer: "A customer is a party to a real estate transaction with whom the broker has no brokerage relationship because such party has not engaged or employed the broker, either as the partyâ€™s agent or as the partyâ€™s transaction-broker." The Broker is obligated to disclose to that Customer their relationship to you, the Seller. I understand your concerns because in a Transaction Brokerage situation, the agent must remain neutral advocating for neither party. Some are good at this and some are not. Clarify the status of your Agency relationship with your broker and go from there.... more