Buying a house is one of the biggest purchase in your entire life. It's not easy test finding the right home for you and your family as well as making the right financial decision on a long-term basis.

This is not DO-YOU-SELF project. There are a tons of reasons you should turn to a buyer's agent. Here is why:

The service is FREE to you 

One of the first things you need to know about hiring a buyer's agent is that it's not going to cost you anything. A buyer's agent will be paid by the home seller once the home is sold. Not only is it free, but a buyer's agent will be saving you both time and money, but make sure you find one that you feel comfortable working with.

Going directly to the Listing Agent Isn't Smart idea

Lots of buyers think they'll get a better deal if they go to the seller's agent. This is one of the biggest myths in real estate and could cost you considerable money in the long run. Quite often, buyers think if they go to the seller's agent, they'll give them back some of the commission. Not true!  The seller agent works in the best interests of the seller, not you! Even if the agent gave up a couple thousand commission, most likely you will overpay on the home.

Professional Experience

Finding the right property is a time-consuming process, and it's easy to find yourself spending hours viewing properties that are not right for you and located in not desirable for you area.

It's crucial to have a bit of help, especially if you're a first-time buyer or a very busy person. Having an agent screening the properties for you can save you lots of time. 

A buyer's agent who has been in the business for a long time will pick up on common problems, such as a damp basement, roofing problems and leaks. They'll also know the popular neighborhoods that are appealing to most buyers and those that aren't. Also, an agent will make sure the amenities that are important to you are close by. Schools and leisure facilities are often on the top of most homebuyers' agenda.

Valuation and Finance

Valuing a property is not easy when you don't have a lot of experience. When you're buying your first or second home, you'll need all of the help that you can get. One of the best skills of a buyer's agent is to be able to evaluate the right purchase price for the home. Financing can be a nightmare You must have your mortgage pre-approval, but when it comes to buying a home and financing it, there's often a mountain of paperwork to work through. A buyer's agent will help you to do so, and make sure the process stays on track. 

 Preparation an Offer 

Don’t underestimate the importance of the offer if it comes to buying a home. A buyer's agent will make sure you follow through with any necessary required terms under of the contract. 

A good agent will keep you informed and on track so that you don't lose any of your escrow funds. 

Negotiator

Many of us don't like to negotiate. The home inspection can pick up a slight problem. Ask yourself if you have the skill, and confidence, to renegotiate the price of the property, cost of repairs or closing credits if needed. This is defiantly something that your buyer's agent can do for you.

Bottom line

The good buyer’s agent will have your back at all times. Once it's all over, you'll be glad that you decided to ask for the help of a buyer's agent instead of going through the buying process on your own! Contact experienced buyer agent and work with Homesellerse Realty.