More than one million people in the United States are licensed to sell real estate. Of those licensees, fewer than 2 percent are Accredited Buyer Representatives (ABR®).
The Age of Buyer Representation
Today, many real estate agents and companies are offering to represent the buyer in the real estate transaction. From the initial selection of properties, all the way through contract negotiations and settlement, you can now have an agent specifically committed to representing your best interests when buying a home.
Consumer advocacy groups have endorsed such representation, and licensing laws in virtually every state are now being reworked to enable and encourage representation for the buyer.
As members of the Real Estate Buyers Agent Council, you can depend on us handling all the details:
- Locating Property
- Providing Market Information
- Structuring Your Purchase Offer
- Negotiating With Sellers
- Handling All The Details
Sellers list their homes with real estate agents to assure professional representation throughout the home selling process. As a buyer, you deserve the same kind of service.
Put an experienced buyers representative to work for you.