Here's what the experts say about working with Exclusive Buyer Agency relationship and

why it is in YOUR best interest to hire one.




Money Magazine

"Unlike the traditional agent who looks out for the seller, a buyer broker acts as your advocate, helping you find the home you want, then negotiating the lowest possible price."

Chicago Sun Times

"Unless the agent is an exclusive buyer's agent...there is a potential conflict of interest."

The New York Times

"Buyer brokers make a great deal of sense."

Consumer Reports

"You can't have partial loyalty, an agent either works for you or works for someone else."

Business Week

"Exclusive buyer agents make every effort to get the lowest possible price for their buyers."

Smart Money

"Groups such as the Consumer Federation and the American Association of Retired Persons recommend using buyer's agents...the reason is they work."

The San Francisco Examiner

"You can't represent the best interest of the buyer or the seller if you are wearing two hats."



Posted by: administrator ON Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 1:26:49 pm MDT    Comments (9)
Buying a home is quite often the largest financial transaction you ever undertake. It can also be one of the more complex.
If you’re ready to buy a home one of the most significant components of being successful will include working with the most qualified real estate professional you can find. If your REALTOR® holds an ABR® designation, you can trust that you have an extra edge when it comes to knowledge and experience. An Accredited Buyer’s Representative is a licensed real estate professional who completes specialized training that gives them an edge in understanding a buyer’s perspective and protecting and promoting their buyer-clients interests. Before earning the ABR® designation, buyer’s reps must also demonstrate proven experience in representing buyers. Further, they are committed to maintaining their professional edge by staying current on the latest issues and trends in buyer representation.
Posted by: administrator ON Tue, Sep 2, 2014 at 10:19:16 pm MDT    Comments (2)

I'm okay with someone "going it alone" when they go to sell their home. I just wish they were a little more willing to actually reduce the price so that the Buyer gets some of all this money they say they are saving by not paying an agent a commission.

On the Buyer's side - if they aren't going to see a substantial savings by "going it alone" - then they are best finding that one right agent that will build a team for them since that agent will likely be getting paid by the Seller at the time the transaction goes through.
Posted by: administrator ON Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 12:42:19 pm MDT    Comments (1)

 … doesn’t make you a chef.

Real estate agents are always looking for niche markets. Things they do better than others; people they like better to work with; areas they know well.

I have a Google Search (if you don’t know how to do that send me a note and I will be glad to step you through it) for “exclusive buyer agents”. Every evening I get a list of those webs, blogs and videos that the little web spiders have uncovered.
Posted by: administrator ON Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 5:36:53 pm MDT    Comments (4)
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