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11. Why do I need a buyer’s agent?

A buyer’s agent works solely in your interest. While you might fall in love with a house at first sight, the buyer’s agent maintains a rational perspective. Will it retain its value? Is significant maintenance required? What is the situation with the foundations and the Homeowners’ Association? Just a few of the questions that a buyer’s agent considers. These questions are the basis upon which they recommend buying or not buying a property, and for what price. The buyer’s agent also knows exactly what you must pay attention to during negotiations, in the deed of sale and at the transfer of your new home. Another benefit is that seller’s agents prefer to sell to buyer’s agents, because then they are almost certain that the buyer has their affairs in order. This gives the seller more confidence. A buyer’s agent knows how the market works. So, using one offers you a number of advantages.