Monmouth County and Jersey Shore Real Estate Information
An Important Note for Monmouth County and Jersey Shore Real Estate Buyers
Many times Monmouth County and Jersey Shore home buyers avoid using the services of a REALTOR under the mistaken belief that it costs them money - or that they will be able to negotiate a better deal directly with the seller or seller's real estate Broker. This can be an expensive mistake when purchasing a home. If you are negotiating directly with the sellers or their Broker, you may not be taking advantage of the best value available in the residential housing market today! You can have your own REALTOR, a Buyers Agent, who is committed to using the experience gained through hundreds of successful Monmouth County and Jersey Shore real estate negotiations for your benefit at no charge to you!
The realty business is unique, where an agent with one day's experience and no sales gets paid the same as one with several years experience and hundreds of successful sales. An experienced Realtor can help you avoid costly mistakes, find the best home value, and make your home buying or relocation experience an enjoyable, stress-free one!
When viewing homes for sale, it is important for homebuyers to know and understand for whom the agent helping with the house hunting is actually working. The agent may be working as a sub agent - representing the seller's best interests during negotiations - or as your agent representing your best interests during negotiations. If you are not sure who your real estate agent is working for - ask for clarification. Realtors must fully explain agency. When negotiations commence, wouldn't you want to know whether information you divulge will be used for the seller's benefit - or your's?
The contract you sign to buy or sell a property is a complex
and legally binding document. An improperly written contract can allow
the purchaser or vendor to void the sale, or cost you thousands of unnecessary
dollars. Have an experienced Realtor who knows the "ins and outs" fully
explain the contract you are about to sign to you, or have your lawyer
review it before acceptance.
Monmouth County and Jersey Shore Real Estate
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