If you are considering purchasing real estate in Columbia County New York you can choose to do business with an agent who represents the seller, or decide to work with a buyer's agent who will exclusively represent you and your interests at all times. In fact, the State of New York recommends the following to people who are purchasing real estate:
"Before you enter into a discussion with a real estate agent regarding a real estate transaction, you should understand what type of agency relationship you wish to have with that agent."
|Under New York State License Law, which Real Estate Agent has, without limitation, the following fiduciary duties to the Buyer?||A Buyer's Agent||A Seller's Agent|
|(1) Reasonable Care||Yes||No|
|(2) Undivided Loyalty||Yes||No|
|(4) Full Disclosure||Yes||No|
|(6) A Duty to Account||Yes||No|
|Under New York State License Law, which Real Estate Agent has, without limitation, the following fiduciary duties to the Seller?||A Buyer's Agent||A Seller's Agent|
|(1) Reasonable Care||No||Yes|
|(2) Undivided Loyalty||No||Yes|
|(4) Full Disclosure||No||Yes|
|(6) A Duty to Account||No||Yes|
"We have just purchased our dream home with the help and guidance of John and Margaret, they are the GREATEST, most patient and sincere Realtors we have worked with. We had met and dealt with several Realtors during our search, but never felt the commitment that they have shown us. We highly recommend John and Margaret and will definitely use them again should the need ever arise. "
In most cases, representation by a buyer’s broker does not cost the buyer any additional expense. There is truly no good argument against enlisting the services of a buyer's broker when you are in the market to purchase a parcel of real estate. If you are ready to begin working with one of Columbia County's best Buyer's Representatives contact an agent from Columbia County Real Estate Specialists.