Buying a Home
Buying A Home? Demand The Best! Put an Accredited Buyer Representative To Work For You!
A lot has changed in real estate law over recent years. Most significantly, professional Realtors are no longer required to work only on the behalf of a seller. Buyers can now have an agent commit to represent their best interests when buying a home.
About the "Accredited Buyer Representative" Designation...
To attain this designation, Mary Beth Norris was required to complete extensive training on buyer agency practices and procedures, pass a written National Exam, and submit evidence of actual practical experience as a Buyer Representative. More than a million people in the United States are licensed to sell real estate and of those licensees, fewer than 500 is an Accredited Buyer Representative. And it is the only buyer's designation recognized by the National Association of Realtors.
As an Accredited Buyer Representative, Mary Beth Norris is committed to serving your specific needs as a buyer, keeping you informed and involved throughout the entire transaction. An Accredited Buyer Representative:
- Serves as a real estate advisor
- Provides you with pertinent information about the buying process
- Locates properties that meet your needs
- Provides up-to-the-minute market data to establish a fair offering price
- Negotiates intricate details of the contract, such as terms, conditions, appraisals, inspections and transaction settlement time-frames
- Eases the buying process by providing professional counsel and advice
- Maintains the confidentiality of all financial and personal information
- Discloses all known material facts related to the property or transactions, except when prohibited by law
The seller will have professional representation... shouldn't you? If a home purchase is in your future, put Mary Beth Norris, an Accredited Buyer Representative, to work for you!