Did you know a real estate agent can represent the buyer in the purchase of a house or property? Until several years ago, real estate agents represented only sellers. In Idaho, the agreement must be in writing. If you choose to be represented as a client in a purchase, the following duties are owed to you by the Buyer’s Agent: 1. Undivided Loyalty 2. Obedience 3. Reasonable Care and Diligence 4. Confidentiality 5. Full Disclosure 6. Accounting As your Buyer’s Agent, we are committed to: · Counsel with you to learn your particular needs· Explain the purchasing process· Educate you so you can determine your price range and loan preferences early· Recommend professional, experienced lenders to assist you in choosing a financial program best suited to your needs.· Research homes that are for sale that match your needs· Monitor your purchase process as we proceed to insure that we are on track to closing· Communicate with you, return your phone calls, and gather requested information.· Present and negotiate your purchase agreement in a professional, skillful manner.· Follow up on your transaction during the processing stage, coordinate communication between you and the seller, loan company, escrow company, and listing agent · Keep you informed of the progress of the transaction.· Be a reference source providing school, utilities and special services information.· Attend closing with you.· Arrange possession of your new home and coordinate between you and the seller.· Check back with you after closing. We want you to be a satisfied client.
Our GOAL is to create a real estate relationship with you so strong that you will refer us to your friends and business associates. We want to become your “REAL ESTATE ADVISERS FOR LIFE”! ____________________________________________
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