What is a Buyer's Agent
In Texas home buyers are allowed to have a realtor to represent them in a home purchase while being paid by the Seller of the home through the listing agent. As a buyer, it costs you nothing.
Realtors list homes and market them for owners who wish to sell (called Listings). The listing agent with the sign in front of the home and the description on the internet is primarily responsible to the homeowner. The listing agent may also represent you, or you may have an agent whose primary responsibility is to you. Listing agents expect you to have a Buyer's Agent.
The Buyer's Agent may help you to find a neighborhood and a home that fits your budget and needs. The Buyer's Agent has access to nearly all homes for sale including NEW homes. When you find a home you like the Buyer's Agent can do a market analysis for you to determine value before you make an offer. The Buyer's Agent can help you to negotiate the sale as your exclusive agent. The Buyer's Agent is responsible to you and reports directly to you. The Buyer's Agent gets paid only when you buy a home.
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Fred Miller, real estate broker since 1982 and Buyer's Agent 281/924-2531 FredMiller9@gmail.com
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