Quantcast

Edmonton House Hunting

Edmonton's Advanced Marketing REALTORS®

The Edmonton Real Estate Blog, Market Information, Advise & Opinion

 

 How a Buyer's Agent Represents Your Best Interests

Purchasing a home is about making a commitment to living in the same property with a long term mortgage to a financial institute. If there are mistakes made with the home purchase, you can not go back and return the property to the sellers. In the event of major defects by a home seller a home buyer may be able to sue the seller and demand that they take the home back. The buyer may be able to recover money from the home seller assuming they have money to give back to the buyer.

In a normal real estate transaction, there are usually 2 transactional parties (the Buyer&the Seller), 2 lawyers (Buyer's Lawyer&Seller's Lawyer) and 2 Real Estate Agents (the Buyer's Agent&the Seller's Agent). Sometimes there is only one real estate agent who is representing both the buyer and the seller. This practice has become less common for several reasons. Whether you are purchasing a for sale by owner property or a home listed by RE/MAX Real estate, there are several benefits of having your own representation including privacy in which Sellers don't know anything about your finances (except, you have your pre-approval in tact) or anything personal which could be used as a negotiation threshold to their advantage. To find out more how a buyer's agent works in your best interest, contact us today or you can read more info about buyer representation on this page.

Post CommentCommentsRead Full Story
Categories: Aldergrove | Athlone Houses | Belle | Belle Rive | Belverdere | Bon Accord | Bonnie Doon | Brintnell | Buyer | Buyers Real Estate Market | Buying | Buying in Edmonton | Buying Tips | Canon Ridge | Christmas | Condo | Condominium Buying | Cumberland | Down Payment | downtown | Edmonton | Edmonton Condominiums | Edmonton Homes | Edmonton House Prices | Edmonton Open House | Edmonton Real Estate | Edmonton Real Estate Forecast | Edmonton Real Estate Market | Energy | for sale | Foreclosure | Fraser Vista | Free Home Evaluations | Gibbons | Gibbons, Gibbons Real Estate | Griesbach | Historical Houses | Holidays | Home Staging | Homes | House Selling | House Values in Edmonton | Income Tax | Kilkenny | Klarvatten | Lacombe, Lacombe Real Estate | Leduc | Market | McKernan | Morinville | Morinville, Morinville Real Estate | Mortgage Preapprovals | Mortgage Qualifing | Open House | Parkland County | Pre-List | Pricing Your Home | Real Estate | Real Estate Prices | REMAX | Remax Realtors® | Renovations and Selling | Rosslyn | Rural Leduc County, Rural Leduc County Real Estate | Secrets to selling houses | Sellers Real Estate Market | Selling | Selling Tips | Sold | Sold Edmonton Condominiums | Sold Edmonton Houses | Sold Houses | Strata | Tamarack Edmonton | tax | Terwillegar South | Things to do in Edmonton | University Homes | Upgrades | zone | Zone 01, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 02, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 03, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 12, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 14, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 15, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 20, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 27 | Zone 27, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 28 | Zone 28, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 30, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 35 | Zone 35, Edmonton Real Estate | Zone 53, Edmonton Real Estate
Copyright 2017 by the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton. All Rights Reserved.
Data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton.