YES! You should find youself a good buyers agent ! Please read all the way through to find access to a list of Accredited Buyers Representatives in your area.
What is a buyerâ€™s representative?
Defined most simply, a buyerâ€™s representative (also buyerâ€™s rep, or buyerâ€™s agent) is an advocate for the buyerâ€”not the sellerâ€”in a real estate transaction. Real estate laws and regulations vary from state to state, but buyerâ€™s representatives usually owe full fiduciary (legal) duties, including loyalty and confidentiality, to their buyer-clients and work in their clientsâ€™ best interests throughout the entire transaction.
What services are provided by a buyerâ€™s representative?
If youâ€™ve established an agency relationship with a buyerâ€™s representative, common services include:
*Helping you clarify your priorities.
*Suggesting sources of financing and other service professionals, such as inspectors and exterminators.
*Providing sources of accurate and lawful information on neighborhoods, schools, and communities.
*Selecting and arranging property showings.
*Evaluating particular properties.
*Explaining forms and agreements.
*Suggesting contract contingencies to protect you, rather than the seller.
*Assisting in the negotiations for a favorable price and terms.
*Keeping all information confidential that could weaken your bargaining position.
*Monitoring the entire purchase process, assisting with issues that arise through closing.
To find an Accredited Buyer's Representative in your area, use the link below. All of the information in my answer came directly from the REBAC.net website.
Good Luck in your search!
Stephanie Kelley, ABR, CRS, GRI