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A Buyer's Agent will....

Which agent do you pick?

 

Buyers, when shopping for their new home, interview a number of different agents. Each wants a dedicated client who will purchase quickly. The Buyer wants all the information they can find about their prospective neighbourhood and surroundings.

When first meeting Buyers, usually at a property or possibly a plaza near our intended destination; I present them with a kit for their buying process.

This includes;
  • A flow Chart of the Buying Process and responsibilities,
  • The FINTRAC reporting brochure, identification required,
  • Buyers Agency Brochure
  • Completed Buyers Agency Agreement for that Day only
  • Sample Agreement of Purchase and Sale
  • Sample Confirmation of Representation
  • Home Inspection Brochures
  • Mortgage Application(s)
At some point during the showing process, all of these issues need to be addressed, prior to making an offer on a specific property.

Recently I received this email;

First, let us thank you so much for a most informative and fun-filled day of viewing homes. Your knowledge, honesty and personal attention to our first time concerns was greatly appreciated. Whereas other agents try to sell you anything just for a buck, you took time to point out all of the advantages along with the disadvantages allowing us make a much more informed decision.

Instead of pressuring us, you re-assured us. Instead of rushing us, you took time to chat and listen to us. Instead of trying to sell us something more than we could afford, you showed us great value at a price we could afford.

In short, David you a natural at real estate. You make the experience educational, enjoyable and follow up with all of your promises as well. Your up to date approach to technologically based resources is also an added bonus. As such, we look forward to a soon to be final sale with confidence, re-assurance and total satisfaction. R & A Mitchell, Toronto

David Pylyp

Etobicoke Real Estate Agent

Accredited Senior Agent for York Peel and Halton Regions

Lives in Toronto and promotes Giving Value

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Comment balloon 0 commentsDavid Pylyp • September 29 2008 06:57AM

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