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Sorry if Maureen thought I was making presumptions. Perhaps if she provided advice other than her contact information you could see her views on the question that you asked. Instead Maureen has copy and pasted the same advertisement over and over.
Just my opinion,
I do respect your RE agent Degreed, after all wasn't it De Greed that is now providing us with such a healthy market, Dunes
This might sound as false preaching to many realtors ,but this is how I was brought up and what I and my company practise.
I agree that you should not work with the listing agent. Ideally not even with one of the same brokers office.
If you need help I can help you finding a good realtor.
If you can't get a referral, you'll need to interview a couple of agents. If you would like some help in finding and interviewing a good agent, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 208-724-7602. I can help you identify who is out to serve you versus someone who is out to serve themselves. :)
You are right. I can not access it through Trulia either. I can email you the link if you feel comfortable contacing us with that request. I promise not to send you anything other than our blog post link to that article.
Let me know.
There have been a lot of good discussions about this subject so checking thru the Q&A/Blogs would give you a lot of information to draw on. Know your market, know your goals and protect your financial committement..Interview........
Good luck, Dunes
I recomend you research agents who work in that area of the city. I know you aren't looking for an agent who represents you and the seller, but I would start with agents who have current or recent listings in the neighborhood. Pick listings that you aren't interested in to try to avoid dual agency. Interview a few agents and tell them you aren't comfortable with dual agency. Pick the agent you feel is the most qualified.
I personally offer new buyer clients an initial trial period to work with me. I usually do a 2 week buyer agency contract with them to give us both time to see if we are a good fit. If we aren't then we go our seperate ways or we extend the contract for a longer period. Usually 3 months. I find that my clients love the opportunity to try me out. I think you should try it with the agent you think is the best fit for you and your needs.
I loved living in University city. Happy house hunting. Feel free to contact me if you have any other questions or would like to interview me to assist you.
Long & Foster
Coldwell banker Preferred
Think of it this way: Does Nordstroms care if Kmart is having a Blue Light Special?
The best way to determine whether or not an agent is honest and transparent is by A. Interviewing the agent, B. Contacting his/her references and C. Contacting the agents that he/she has done deals with in the past, or D. Getting a good referral from a friend or family member that you highly trust.
I figured it out. You were including a period at the end of the URL.
I have attached the corrected link: http://activerain.com/blogsview/857535/5-Steps-in-Choosing-a
Great question. "How do I fing a Buyers Agent ...?" Chris and I wrote a blog article on the subject of how to find a Realtor to sell your property but I think the criteria is very much the same. Here is the link if you are interested in reading it:
There are plenty of Buyers Agents out there but I am sure you are looking for a great one, with experience negotiating sales and one who has your best interest in mind. I hope our blog helps you narrow down the right Realtor for you.
What was wrong with your last agent?
I am based out of center city and can handle any part of Philadelphia. My office is at 6th and walnut and I currently represent about $9.5 million in real estate. From investment properties, land to resales, I can handle all of your needs. And if for some reason I do not know the answer, I have a team behind me who is always willing to assist.
Feel free to email me at email@example.com
Long and Foster Real Estate Inc
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We would be happy to speak with you about your needs.
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