I wish to contact seller's agent to make an offer to buy this condo. His or hers phone # please!

Asked by Slavenka, Wed Jan 28, 2009

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The Binnings…, , San Francisco, CA
Wed Jan 28, 2009
Hello Slavenka,

How long do you plan on owning this property? Have you been pre-approved by a lender? Do you know how to make an offer and what other items in addition to the "Contract for Sale and Purchase" are required? How have you calculated your offer price? Are you sure you're not over-paying?

If you need help on any of these matters you may contact me and I can prep you for what to expect.

Good luck!

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Sally Rosenm…, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Wed Jan 28, 2009
Dear Slavenka,

As all the others attest, you are better off with your own Agent representing you. Your Agent has a fudiciary responsibility to you. The Seller's Agent's fudiciary responsibility is to the Seller. We would all be happy to work with you if you want to contact any one of us.

Good luck,

Web Reference:  http://www.sallyrosenman.com
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Lance King, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Wed Jan 28, 2009

I just verified that this property is still for sale. If your intention is to make an offer without representation, I wouldn't recommend it. For one thing, the Seller pays for the commission and has already agreed to pay a certain amount by contract. More important is to have an experienced and knowledgeable Broker find out if there's anything wrong with the building and that you don't pay too much for it. Additionally, Selling Brokers are often reluctant to deal with unagented Buyers because of their lack of knowledge of the business.

We're happy to assist you in the offer process, and we have a very attractive Buyer program.

Best Regards,

Lance R King/Managing Broker
415.722.5549 Cell
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Mary Macpher…, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Wed Jan 28, 2009
Hello Slavenka,
The listing agent is Lee Pfeifer and the phone number is 415-871-1535.
A word of advice - it is best to have your own representation when inquiring about a home. The listing agent's fiduciary duty is to his or her client (the seller). You need to have someone working on your behalf, negotiating the best price and terms for you.
If you have any questions or would like to see the condo, please do not hesistate to call me.
Best wishes,
Mary Macpherson, Realtor
Paragon Real Estate Group
e-mail: mmacpherson@paragon-re.com
Web Reference:  http://www.sfhomewatch.com
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