Kim Mullan Blog
Buyer Representation...Why It Matters.
November 26th 2017
Fiduciary duties require your representative to prioritize your needs over those of customers, elevate your best interests and protect confidentiality during the course of the real estate process and eventual offer contract. While customers can expect assistance and professionalism, clients are owed a far higher duty. Your agent is able to advise you regarding market value, sales history implications, market factors impacting sales cycles, potential risks to resale and possible stigmas that could follow the property. Not all contracts are created equally. Your buyer representative should be able to construct an offer to purchase that considers risks, protections, valuation and potential issues that could arise from the time of firming up conditions to closing day and beyond. They will connect you to a myriad of resources and professionals while you satisfy your due diligence.