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Buying Tips

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Types of Agents: (Note: Refer to the Laws in your State for specifics and clarification)

Listing (Seller's) Agents: People who list homes for sale. Usually their name is on the FOR SALE sign, or the Exclusive Listing. They are required to work to get the best possible deal for the seller in all transactions. A seller's agent has duties, generally defined by State Laws, to represent the seller's interest in the sale of the property.

Buyer's Agent: An agent that represents the buyer. A buyer's agent has duties, generally defined by State Laws, to represent the best interests of the buyer as a client.

Disclosed Dual Agency: A licensee acting for more than one party whose interests may differ in a transaction with the knowledge and written consent of all parties for whom the licensee acts. If a licensee represents a buyer in a transaction involving a property which is listed by that same Broker, or by that Broker's company, then a Dual Agency exists. When Disclosed Dual Agency occurs, the full range of agency duties cannot be delivered to both parties. These agency duties will be modified by agreement, so that neither client will be given an unfair advantage. Dual Agency must be disclosed and agreed to in writing by both clients.

When Previewing A Home

Home Inspector vs. Engineers

Home Inspector: A person who examines any component of a building, through visual means and through normal user controls, without the use of mathematical sciences.

Engineering: Analysis or design work requiring extensive preparation and experience in the use of mathematics, physics, chemistry and the engineering sciences.

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