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Yes you can do thatr but it does not make sense for you to do so. The seller is paying the commission on this real estate deal so it would be wise for you to have someone other than the seller's realtor represent you for your own protection. It doesn't cost you a thing!
You have the right to put in an offer by yourself direct with the seller's Realtor. However, you do have to realize that the seller's Realtor is working in the seller's best interest. If you choose to hire a buyer's agent, they will be working in your best interest. There are many moving parts in a transaction and many things that can be negotiated and using an experienced buyer agent can prove to be extremely valuable.
The buyer agent's fee may even be paid by the sellers if their agent is offering compensation to a cooperating broker. If you have already looked at the property with the seller's agent then compensation may not be that straight forward.
I hope that helps you make a more educated decision.
Be aware the sellers real estate agents works for the sellers and not you. Their fiduciary responsibility is to the seller, they owe you absolutely no loyalty.
A buyers agent is generally paid for by the seller and costs you the buyer no additional money. A good buyers agent can save you time money and aggravation. Why you wouldn't use one to help insulate yourself is a good question to ask yourself.
You can do it through the listing agent but keep in mind that he-she is representing the seller and not you. Getting a buyerÂ´s agent to represent you will cost you nothing and you have someone on your side that can guide you through out the process as condos can sometimes be tricky. Let us know if you have any more questions --- Wen email@example.com
You should have Buyer Representation. Either way you should get a copy of the condo complex budget & reserves. Ask if there is any litigation pending. There a a couple of complexes in FR thathad management embezzle. That will be a problem for financing.
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Either way works. You may want someone who is only looking out for you and your best interests. A buyer's agent typically gets paid with a share of the commission that the Seller is paying out to the listing agent.
Condominiums can be complex transactions.