8. Advice and Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you’re a first-time buyer or a seasoned homeowner, gathering information about the buying process can help you avoid potential pitfalls -  this section contains some of the most common questions I get from ad calls or when I hold open houses. For example, have you confirmed all the incidental costs involved with closing a transaction? Do you know what a buyer’s next steps are once an offer has been accepted?  Avoid any surprises by having a REALTOR® professionally guide you through the necessary steps. Rely on their expert advice to keep you informed and prepared so that all you have to do is make the right decisions. Scroll further to see what interests you, and feel free to contact me at any time if you have any questions. I'm here to help and I want to be your REALTOR®

Do Buyers really save money by only working with the Seller's Agent for the Homes?

In a round about way, this almost makes sense. However, if the buyer uses the homeowners Listing Agent, that Agent simply collects the entire commission. Any perceived discount in commission would go back to the homeowner, not to the buyer. Listing Agents are very good at what they do, which includes keeping their commission for bringing in the buyer.

Bruce Kowalchuk

Bruce Kowalchuk

REALTOR®
CENTURY 21 Bachman & Associates
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