Navigating due diligence
The Due Diligence period is the buyer’s obligation to thoroughly investigate a property within a specified time to determine whether the buyer remains satisfied with the property before finalizing the purchase. The purpose of the inspections is to make sure there are no major unknowns or significant defects in the home.
Your Buyer’s Agent manages the contract process and paperwork allowing the buyer to focus on learning everything about the property before the purchase is made - connecting them with professionals such as inspectors and contractors, saving time and money.
Buyer’s agents are area experts with insider knowledge
Well-connected Buyer’s Agents have access to properties not yet on the market. In some markets, real estate transactions are completed before some properties ever hit the market. In neighborhoods with low inventory levels, you want and need an area expert.
Buyer’s agents are top price negotiators
Top Buyer’s Agents have gone through this many times. They’ll help you figure out the best bidding and negotiation strategy - so you can get the right home at the right price.
Committing to a Buyer’s Agent
Right now you are a customer and we can talk about real estate in general. If you choose to enter into a buyer’s agency agreement with us, we would be able to give you our opinion on value and have fiduciary responsibility to you as our client.
Typically there is no compensation required from you to have representation. Compensation typically comes from the seller’s proceeds.