How a Buyer Agent Can Help You

If you’re looking to buy a new home, you’ve probably heard of a buyer’s agent or a buyer’s representative.  These are the real estate agents who help buyers find the home of their dreams.  Many people think that using a buyer’s agent is just cutting someone else in on the deal, but nothing could be further from the truth.  A buyer’s agent can save you a lot of money, time, headaches and heartaches and could very well cost you absolutely nothing.

How so, you ask?  Well, to begin with, buyer’s agents are most often paid by the seller.  Why?  Well, think about it: If you were selling your home, wouldn’t you want someone out there who is actively helping people find just the type of home you’re selling?  Buyer’s agents can help make the purchasing process go a lot smoother for the buyer and that only helps the seller in moving his property on the real estate market.

But what can a buyer’s agent do to help you save time, money and your sanity when you’re in the market to buy a new home?  Just about everything.  Your trusted agent will help you determine your exact needs in a new home.  They will help you determine just how much you can reasonably afford in a new mortgage.  They can even help you get pre-qualified.

Buyer’s agents know the market – it’s their job.  When they discuss with you your price range and your desired location, they already have an idea of what’s available in that area – without even looking.  But, of course, they will check the MLS and they will show you precisely what’s available out there, pointing out the pro’s and con’s along the way.  It’s like having your best friend help you with one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make – and they know what they’re talking about because it’s what they do.

Once you’ve found a home that interests you, your buyer’s agent can either preview the property for you or accompany you to the viewing.  They will also research the house, the neighborhood and the community to route out problems and inform you of them before they become your problems.  Your trusted buyer’s agent will also advise you on your purchase offer, should you make one, as well as present that offer to the seller on your behalf.  And if your offer is accepted, your agent will help you secure financing in any way they can.  They’ll even direct you to the local utilities companies, movers, and more.  Your agent is here to serve you.

And that’s what they’ll do: serve you.  Your agent will always negotiate in your best interest and will represent you to the best of their ability, period.  Clearly, it’s a good thing to have a buyer’s agent looking out for you throughout the entire confusing, stressful process of buying a new home.  So where can you find one?

Well, if you’re looking to buy a new home in southern NH, your NH buyer’s agent should be Jim Miller of Bean Group.  Jim has a great deal of experience as a NH buyer’s agent and wants to help you find the perfect home in the perfect state of New Hampshire.  There are plenty of homes for sale in NH, so call Jim, your trusted NH buyer’s agent, right now at (603) 801-3987 and get things moving in the right direction – toward a new home.

When you’re ready to hire a buyer agent to represent you call Jim Miller Bean Group at 603-801-3987. Jim has many years experience representing clients buying New Hampshire properties. Most often these services are paid for by the seller, so why not get the full representation you deserve.

Jim Miller is a full time full service licensed Realtor® in the Southern New Hampshire area with Bean Group and has many years of experience in buying and selling New Hampshire Real Estate

Contact Jim direct at 603-801-3987.

“Working with a buyer's agent is like having a real estate advisor, a home finder and a financial consultant--all for free!”

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