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If you’re getting ready to buy or sell a home it’s very important you understand the difference between a seller’s agent and buyer’s agent. Just as an attorney can represent either side in a legal case, so can a real estate agent represent a buyer or the seller.
Seller’s Agent: The seller’s agent (also known as the “listing agent”) acts solely on behalf of the seller. Seller's agents are to disclose to the seller any known information about the buyer which may be used to the benefit of the seller. The duties that a seller's agent owes to the seller include:
Buyer’s Agent: A buyer's agent, (also known as the “selling agent”), acts solely on behalf of the buyer. Buyer's agents are to disclose to the buyer any known information about the seller which may be used to benefit the buyer. The duties a buyer's agent owes to the buyer include:
If you were involved in an important court case
would you seek legal representation or would you try to wing it yourself?
Isn't it only common sense to have professional representation when buying or
selling your most valuable asset… your home?
Category: Grand Rapids Real Estate: Grand Rapids Home Buyers: Real Estate Agency
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