Normally, real estate agents are legally bound to work on behalf of the seller to land the highest price. But you can choose instead to work with an agent accredited to represent the buyer; in this case the legal obligation is reversed and the broker is compelled to use her understanding of the seller and the property to extract the lower price on your behalf."
...Investors Business Daily
" If you're about to start shopping for a house, be sure you know whether your agent is really working for you or the seller."
"Buyers no longer have to fend for themselves.".
...U.S. News & World Report
"Most agents who show you homes don't represent your interests."
be able to secure a better price and better terms."
be assured an agent will be on your side."
...Jean Chatzky, editor at Money magazine, Today Show
designation from the Real Estate Buyer's Agent Council..."
...Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine
"To Buyers: If you want representation, work with a buyer broker. They are legally obligated to represent your interests in any negotiations with sellers."
...The Consumer Federation of America
...Smart Money Magazine
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