Saturday, June 14, 2014 / by Lela Ashkarian
Here’s a quick note to let you know how I can help you—or anyone you feel comfortable introducing me to.
This question highlights confusion about the definition of "Buyer's Agent." Some agents work only with buyers by choice. They might call themselves "Buyer's Agents," just as some agents work with only sellers, calling themselves "Seller's Agents." But most agents are both buyer's and seller's agents. The best option is to find an agent you trust, then ask them to represent you – whether or not they call themselves a "Buyer's Agent."
Also think about what you expect from your agent. Do you want your agent to point out problems, push hard for your price, or get extras for you? These are things that ANY good agent will do when representing you. So once you find an agent you trust, discuss your concerns and goals with them to be sure your needs are met.
When you, a friend, family member, or neighbor plans to buy a home, please introduce us. Call me at 305-395-0814 or email lela@CBSchmitt.com .
Lela Ashkarian, Your Real Estate Consultant For Life
Coldwell Banker Schmitt, 305-395-0814
P.S. Who do you know who plans to buy a home soon? Please introduce us so I can represent them fairly.