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As a member of the the Multiple Listing Service I am able to show you a vast selection of homes and land that may not appear on my website.
The complexity of the current real estate market requires an intimate knowledge of its workings to make a well informed and safe purchasing decision. Buyers who are unfamiliar with the local market and North Carolina real estate practices will benefit from my extensive experience in the Blowing Rock-Boone area. Unless a buyer chooses otherwise, my commission is paid by the seller through the listing agency. Your cost is no different than it would be if you had no representation and may be substantially less depending on the final negotiated price that you pay for the property you are buying.
I provide prompt, reliable service and due diligence to all of my customers and clients. Regardless of whom I represent, I will provide accurate information and material facts on all properties I show.
WORKING WITH REAL ESTATE AGENTS
When buying or selling real estate, you may find it helpful to have a real estate agent assist you. Real estate agents can provide many useful services and work with you in different ways. In some real estate transactions, the agents work for the seller. In others, the seller and buyer may each have agents. And sometimes the same agents work for both the buyer and the seller. It is important for you to know whether an agent is working for you as your agent or simply working with you while acting as an agent of the other party.
This brochure addresses the various types of working relationships that may be available to you. It should help you decide which relationship you want to have with a real estate agent. It will also give you useful information about the various services real estate agents can provide buyers and sellers, and it will help explain how real estate agents are paid.
If you are selling real estate, you may want to "list" your property for sale with a real estate firm. If so, you will sign a "listing agreement" authorizing the firm and its agents to represent you in your dealings with buyers as your seller's agent. You may also be asked to allow agents from other firms to help find a buyer for your property. Be sure to read and understand the listing agreement before you sign it.
Duties to Sellers
The listing firm and its agents must:
· promote your best interests
· be loyal to you
· follow your lawful instructions
· provide you with all material facts that could influence your decisions
· use reasonable skill, care and diligence, and
· account for all monies they handle for you.
Once you have signed the listing agreement, the firm and its agents may not give any confidential information about you to prospective buyers or their agents without your permission. But until you sign the listing agreement, you should avoid telling the listing agent anything you would not want a buyer to know.
Services and Compensation
To help you sell your property, the listing firm and its agents will offer to perform a number of services for you. These may include:
· helping you price your property
· advertising and marketing your property
· giving you all required property disclosure forms for you to complete
· negotiating for you the best possible price and terms
· reviewing all written offers with you and
· otherwise promoting your interests.
For representing you and helping you sell your property, you will pay the listing firm a sales commission or fee. The listing agreement must state the amount or method for determining the commission or fee and whether you will allow the firm to share its commission with agents representing the buyer.
You may even permit the listing firm and its agents to represen