Why rent if you can buy?
Are you feeling you cannot afford to buy your first home because you don’t have downpayment or don’t have adequate savings or perhaps you have being experiencing credit problems?
To buy or not to buy — the decision is a matter of finances and lifestyle, costs and conveniences. Home ownership has its privileges and its drawbacks. If you carefully weigh the pros and cons, you will find the answer that’s right for you. And we are here to help.
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What you can expect?
You probably know about Buyer Representation, agency relationship with the Realtor when a real estate brokerage representing a buyer must do what is best for the buyer.
A written contract, called a Buyer Representation Agreement, creates an agency relationship between the buyer and the brokerage, and establishes buyer representation. It also explains services the brokerage will provide, establishes a fee arrangement for the REALTOR®’s services and specifies what obligations a buyer may have.
Typically, buyers will be obliged to work exclusively with that brokerage for a period of time.
Confidences a buyer shares with the buyer’s agent must be kept confidential.
Although confidential information about the buyer cannot be disclosed, a seller working with a buyer’s agent can expect to be treated fairly and honestly.
Using our exclusive access to the TREB Multiple Listing Service®, we can help you search for the home of your dreams. We will commit to representing your best interests.