How We Helped Larry and Ruth Avery by Giving Good Suggestions to Get Their Home Ready for the Market
They helped us an unbelievable amount. They had good suggestions, they had good ideas, they got our house listed, and got it sold so we happy. It was just ongoing. They would stop by and if we had a question they would give us good answers. They had us for dinner a couple times. They were very helpful with suggestions and ideas. Like ways to fix the house up and different ideas in how to get people come and look at the house. What I really liked was they recommended that we use Shane, a handyman. He had a friend named Bob and they were outstanding. They would come and repair and go above and beyond.
Larry and Ruth Avery - Home Sellers
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.
To learn more about the home buying process, visit IGotSmart.com and click on home buyer seminars. If you have any other questions for us, please don’t hesitate to give us a call or send us an email. We would be happy to help you!