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Mon Sep 13, 2010
Sylvia Barry, MAS,CIPS,SRES answered:
Hi Andy:

This might be an unpopular answer, but if you don't have confidence in your agent and his answers, ,then you probably should get a new agent.

Buying house is one of the biggest financial investment you are going to make in your life time and being the first time buyer, you really need to have a comfortable feeling and trust on your agent to know that he is going to educate you, guide you and help you make the best decision for you at this time of your life.

He needs to give you the reason for why you should do certain things or take certain approach, and you need to feel good about the decision you will be making - and that feel good part has to last for many years..

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Mon Oct 15, 2007
Infinity Realty Network answered:
You seem to be on the right track, gathering as much data as possible is a sure way to validate your offer. I would not worry about making a lowball offer if you actually have data to back it up. Make sure your agent that you pick will be as knowedgable and be able to communicate that data to the other listing agent. ... more
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