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Do I Really Need My Own Buyer's Agent?

Shhh! - The Inside Secret to Buying a Home!

We often run into first-time buyers that don't yet understand the real estate business and decide they want to save money on their home purchase by calling the Agent on the sign at a home that's for sale. What they don't know is that this actually could be COSTING them thousands of dollars and, in the best case scenario, not saving them even a dime. They could be missing out on homes that aren't yet on the market, having lots of frustration, buying the wrong home for their needs or even losing valuable time in their home search...


Buyer's agents exist to help buyers. Any agent can represent or work with buyers - if they so choose. Many agents just take home listings and wait for unsuspecting buyers to call them - then they try to sell you that home, that day! Accredited Buyers Representatives (ABR®) have additional training and expertise to work with you and not sell to you. We strongly recommend hiring a real estate professional and inside TEAMMATE - your very own advocate - before you start your home search. It's the inside secret to getting the best value in a home!


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