Looking for a home seems fairly easy. You drive around neighborhoods, visit open houses, and search Realtor web sites to view online visual tours. These are things you can do without the assistance of a Realtor.
Things become more complex when you become serious about purchasing a home. Now you'll have questions about financing, neighborhoods, resale value, school districts, taxes, utilities, inspections, disclosures, contracts, negotiations, closings, "is the home is priced correctly" and "how much you should offer for the home".
Now you'll be wanting good advice from a real estate professional. Someone who knows the Westchase area real estate market and can provide you with the answers that will help you make a wise buying decision.
What will change when I work with a buyer's agent?
The entire "home search" process will change. You won't need to make appointments with individual Realtors to look at homes because your buyer's agent will make arrangements for every home you'd like to visit. Rather than trying to sell you on the good points of the home you're looking at, a buyer's agent will help you discover the negative features of the home.
Best of all, you will have a Professional Realtor working exclusively for you! Because a buyers agent is working for you and not the seller, he or she will look more diligently for a home for you. The buyer's agent is not interested in pushing a particular house or neighborhood and will inclined to show you possibilities you never thought to consider.
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