A TRUE AGENT is one who provides 100% loyalty to his/her clients 100% of the time.
No dual agency; no "designated agency", no "transaction brokerage;" no "Chinese walls;"
no weasel clauses! - International Real Estate Directory
We represent ONLY BUYERS all the time!
This means we remain true to you and never to the seller as we help you buy your
"Exclusive agencies are best. They remove any conflict of interest, which is the
main reason for considering a buyer broker in the first place" - Your New Home -
The Real Estate Brokerage on the Buyer’s Side
Exclusive Buyer’s Agents
Representing Buyers ONLY
Homebuyer Representation, Inc.
Homebuyer Representation is a member of the National Association of Exclusive Buyer
Homebuyer Representation, Inc. specializes in Exclusive Buyer Representation for
clients with excellent credit, good down payments, and looking to purchase single
family residential homes between $250,000 and $750,000 in the Salt Lake City, Utah
area within 60 days or less.
This page is for all home-buyers, whether you are buying a home in Utah for the first
time, purchasing a second home in Utah or relocating to Utah from another state.
When buying a home, you may need home buying help. We believe the information on
this site will tell you what you need to know before buying a home in Salt Lake City,
Utah and the surrounding area.
The information provided on this site is provided free of charge with no obligation.
Most real estate agents work for sellers, with legal obligations to try and sell
specific properties at the highest price and best terms.
Exclusive Buyer’s Agents do not list homes or accept home sellers as clients. EBAs
specialize in buyer representation only, working to get the lowest price and best
terms for the buyer, on any home they wish to purchase!
Read on to learn more about what many home buyers are calling “The smartest way to
buy a home.”
"Sellers' agents and dual agents do not and cannot by law give a buyer the same degree
of loyalty as an agent who acts on behalf of a buyer. ... A buyer who relies on the
seller's agent or on dual agency does not receive the same degree of legal protection
as that afforded by an agent acting solely on behalf of the buyer." Oklahoma Supreme
Court, SNIDER v. OKLAHOMA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION, June 1, 1999.