Whether you’re ready to sell your home or you’re ready to buy a new home, having a real estate agent on your side is important to ensure an expert is looking out for your best interests and can help you navigate the complexities of the transaction. As an essential part of that partnership, you’ll want to have a full understanding of real estate representation—because while it may seem clear from the outset, in truth representation can be complex.
HERE'S A CLOSE-UP OF SOME ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE REPRESENTATION YOU SHOULD KNOW
UNDERSTANDING SELLER, BUYER, DUAL AND DESIGNATED AGENCIES
GETTING THE RIGHT REPRESENTATION, GETTING THE RIGHT TRANSACTION TERMS
Whether you are eager to buy a new home, or ready to move on, having the right representation during a real estate transaction is key to getting the ideal terms of the sale or purchase of a home. Keep in mind, real estate representation varies from state to state, so be sure to review the agency disclosure to see what options are available in your state.