FAQ Buyers

Dallas Real Estate Buyers Want to Know

This is a great place to start if you have questions about buying a home, what a buyers rep does etc.   This page will always be growing as good questions come in.   If you have a questions, please ask in the form below.

Happy House Hunting.

[vc_toggle title="What is a Buyer Representative?" open="false"]A Buyer Representative works solely for you and has no legal or other responsibilities to the seller.* When working with a Buyer Representative, you have the advantage of personal representation, independent counseling, loyalty, confidentiality, and trust. On the other hand, while helping you present an offer and then negotiate and close a transaction, a general real estate agent has certain fiduciary responsibilities to the seller and agent of any property you choose.
*In a case where the property your agent is representing you to buy is also that agent’s listing, dual agency applies. Talk to your agent for more information.[/vc_toggle]
[vc_toggle title="Does a Buyer Representative make decisions for us?" open="false"]No. As your personal ally, advocating your best interests, a Buyer Representative is obligated to provide you with maximum information about buying a home, each step of the way. That means disclosing specifics about location, property values, offering price, negotiations, counter-offers, contingencies, financing, and the entire closing process. Armed with such vital and detailed information, you’ll be thoroughly prepared to make decisions that are right for you and your family. [/vc_toggle]
[vc_toggle title="What about negotiating the details?" open="false"]First, a Buyer Representative is fully qualified and highly skilled in the back-and-orth negotiations and financing queries that precede the closing of most real estate transactions. Second, a Buyer Representative is also experienced and committed to helping protect your best interests in the purchase. Representing you and supporting you – that’s a powerful combination! [/vc_toggle]

[vc_toggle title="Do I need to get pre approved?" open="false"]YES.   Before you start looking at homes it is very  important to speak with a loan officer.  After finding out how much you are approved for, I can show you homes that match that price range.  It is easy to get caught up in features of home that are not in your budget[/vc_toggle]
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