When you buy a home, don’t work with the real estate agent selling the house. You need to work with a buyer’s agent for a successful transaction.
If you were getting a divorce, would you go to your spouse’s attorney for advice and counsel? Of course not, that would be ridiculous!
The same principle applies if you’re a buyer looking for a home. You shouldn’t take counsel and advice from the seller’s agent, who has a statutory duty to suck as much money out of your wallet as possible.
Here's how you know the difference between the buyer’s agent and the seller’s agent: you hire the buyer’s agent before you ever start going out and looking for homes. Consider everyone else your competition.
A buyer’s agent will protect your best interests during the transaction.
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