Here’s a quick note to let you know how I can help you—or anyone you feel comfortable introducing me to.
Real estate agents often ask home buyers to sign a formal agreement that commits the buyer to working with that agent. Usually no money exchanges hands for this agreement, but it does commit the buyer to working with that agent for a period of time. Why would a buyer do this? Primarily to ensure that they are working with the best real estate agent they can, which will matter the deeper they go into the home buying process.
The buyer doesn’t pay the agent, but the agent will invest significant time working with the buyer. Without a commitment, a real estate agent can’t guarantee they’ll make money in exchange for the time spent with that buyer. If a buyer wants to work with a great agent, they’ll be willing to make a commitment in exchange for that agent’s time.
If you or someone you know wants to buy a house in the next few months, please let me know at 609-338-3773. Also get a copy of my report, Making the Move Easy On the Kids.
Your Real Estate Consultant For Life Keller Williams Realty Atlantic Shore 609-484-9890 ext 132
P.S. Who do you know who’s thin
king about buying a home? Please introduce us so that I can help them have a great home buying experience from start to finish.