My entire team of agents are all
Pittsburgh Accredited Home Buyers Real Estate Agents
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buying real estate should use a Buyer's Agent"
Why all buyers should
work with an Accredited Buyers Rep (ABR)
When you work with our team, we sign a contract to
work for you. With Buyer's Agency, we are not loyal
to a particular seller or company. We find you the
home of your dreams - PERIOD. We understand the market
and are highly skilled advocates and negotiators for
you. We have nearly 30 years of combined experience
and are full time professionals.
Do agents who show me homes
unless you have a written agreement with a Buyer's
Agent. Agents who list property have a contract with
the sellers to represent them. All other agents MUST
represent the seller as well, unless you have a written
Agency Agreement with a real estate professional to
represent only your best interest.
My agent says she "technically"
represents the seller,
but says she will be fair and "take care of me."
Is this true?
Most agents are nice to buyers since they want to
make a sale. If you are not working with a Buyers
Agent, the agent will not tell you if a property is
overpriced or how to negotiate the best price. Since
the seller has professional representation, you should
too. We negotiate only in the best interest of you,
the home buyer.
If a Buyer's Agent can
save me money, why can't other agents?
Agents who represent sellers are obligaed to sell
the property for the highest price, and also inform
the seller if you are willing to pay a higher price.
Only a Buyer's Agent always works in the best interest
of the home buyer.
Does a Buyer's Agent have
access to all the resources of other agents?
Absolutely! We can show
you all homes listed throughout Western PA. Since
we represent you, we regularly show homes that are
"for sale by owner" and "for sale by
How do I enter into a
Buyer's Agent relationship, so I am represented?
You establish a relationship with us by signing a
buyer's agency agreement. This agreement was created
by the Association of Realtors and makes us legally
accountable to you!
What happens if I want
to make an offer on one of Arlene’s listings?
This is a positive situation for both parties. This
is a relationship where one of our agents, with your
written consent, acts as the agent for both buyer
and seller. Both parties continue to enjoy the benefits
of confidentiality and loyalty. Additionally we have
the duty to continue to find other homes for the buyer
and other buyers for the listing. Since we know both
parties and are expert at negotiating, we can often
find the best terms for both.
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