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 new home!
You can't have partial loyalty. An agent either works for you or works for someone else."-CONSUMER REPORTS
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"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 - Denise Fields
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"Only by using an exclusive buyer agent can a buyer be sure all information is kept confidential. Only an exclusive buyer agent can give the buyer an objective, experienced opinion of the homes viewed to ensure the buyer gets the right home, in the right location, at the right price." - Mobility Magazine
“How can a buyer’s rep... maintain complete loyalty to their buyer if he or she also owes complete loyalty to the seller? Obviously, they can’t.” - National Association of REALTORS Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council (REBAC)
Don't ever buy a property directly from the listing broker. Having your own agent will help you get the best price and terms. - Hume Publishing's “Successful Real Estate Investing”
Unlike the traditional agent who looks out for the seller, a buyer-broker acts as your advocate, helping you find the home you want and then negotiate the lowest possible price. [Exclusive Buyer Agents] represent only buyers, never sellers. - Money Magazine
Buyer Brokers will better represent the interests of buyers than will sub-agents. They are more likely, for example, to negotiate a lower sales price on a house. - American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
The [Exclusive Buyer] broker must get you the best deal. "In my experience, all of them do." Says Stephen Brobeck, executive director of the Consumer Federation of America.
Groups such as the Consumer Federation of America [CFA] and the American Association of Retired Persons [AARP] recommend using buyer's agents… the reason is they work. - Smart Money
If you want representation, work with a buyer broker. They are legally obligated
to represent your interests in any negotiations with sellers.
-The Consumer Federation of America (CFA)
"Level the playing field when you buy a home... The introduction of buyer brokers takes a horribly one-sided process and simply makes it fair," - Medical Economics
Hire a buyer´s broker. When in the market for a home, the best defense is a strong offence. - WORTH
Should you use a buyer’s agent? The vast majority of buyers don’t and that’s unfortunate. The only way to get an agent really on your side is to use an exclusive buyer’s agent. I wholeheartedly suggest you look for one when you get ready to buy. - Robert Irwin, “Tips and Traps when Buying a Home”
Confide to a traditional real estate broker that you're prepared to bid as much as [$xxx,xxx] on a house, and the broker will tip off the seller. Tell a buyer-broker, and the seller will never know. - Money Magazine
You can be candid with a buyer broker without fear of aiding the seller; in turn, buyer brokers will use what they can ferret out about the seller to your benefit. - US News & World Report
“Depending on the laws in your state, you may find yourself working with someone
who is actually negotiating for the seller, not you the buyer. The best way to be
certain your interests are being considered and protected is to sign a buyer agency
agreement with a trained buyer’s rep, which clearly establishes client-level services
and spells out what services you can depend upon.
- National Association of REALTORS Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council
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
SNIDER v. OKLAHOMA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION
You can't have partial loyalty, an agent either works for you or works for someone else. -Consumer Reports
Although... agents and brokers provide helpful advice, they may legally be representing the interests of the seller and not yours. - US HUD
Most agents who show you homes don't represent your interests. They work for the seller, and their object is to sell the house at the highest possible price. - USA Today
If your agent isn't a Buyer Broker - he works for the seller. - US News
What you need is what's known as an "exclusive buyer agent." - Money Magazine
Buyer's brokers work only with buyers and don't take listings. They're obliged to help you find the best deals and lowest price. - Kiplinger’s
Exclusive agencies are best. They remove any conflict of interest, which is the main reason for considering a buyer broker in the first place - Denise Fields, “Your New House”
It is your responsibility to search for an agent who will represent your interests in the real estate transaction. If you want someone to represent only your interests, consider hiring an 'exclusive buyer’s agent', who will be working for you. - US HUD "Shopping for Your Home Loan: HUD's Settlement Cost Booklet"
Your goal should be to engage an agent who will represent only your interests. Not just a `buyer broker´, but an exclusive buyer broker. Make sure that is what you are getting. - Joseph Eamon Cummins, Author, Not One Dollar More!
...Make sure you get one who's genuine... You can find a true buyer's agent only at a firm that does not accept listings. - Consumer Reports
(Buyer) brokers are obliged to get buyers the best deal possible, they approach a house with a critical eye for apparent flaws. - Business Week
Get professional help. ...most new buyers (and many more experienced ones) are better off using a professional agent. Look for an exclusive buyer agent, if possible, who will have your interests at heart and can help you with strategies during the bidding process. - Money Magazine
In millions of deals, year after year, home buyers have been confiding financial information to the [listing] broker. Even disclosing their highest bidding price, not knowing that the [listing] broker is obliged by law to relay that intention to the seller and make sure the seller gets the highest price possible. - Wall Street Journal
Exclusive buyer's agents work only for consumers and often can save them money... [they] are not tied to any particular property or agency, so they will show buyers any home, even those for sale by owner. - Los Angeles Times
Exclusive Buyer Agency has been recommended all over the news. But most people don’t tune into real estate news until they are thinking about buying a home.
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If you are thinking of buying a home in Utah in the next 90 days, call us now at (801) 999-8889 or contact us today via the link on this page for a no-obligation consultation.
Consumer Reports has warned: "You can't have partial loyalty.
An agent either works for you or works for someone else."
Make sure you hire someone to work for YOU when you buy a home!
If you are thinking of buying a $250,000-$750,000 home in Utah in the next 90 days, call (801) 999-8889 to talk to an Exclusive Buyer’s Agent right now, or contact us today via this link for a no-obligation consultation.
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