Did you know that if you are attending open houses or just calling listing agents to view homes, in Massachusetts those agents most likely represent the SELLER'S?
As a buyer of a Massachusetts home, you have the option of working with a BUYER'S AGENT, or a SELLER'S AGENT or a FACILITATOR.
SERVICES AND DUTIES PROVIDED TO BUYERS by SELLER'S AGENT OR FACILITATOR
SERVICE AND DUTIES PROVIDED TO BUYERS by BUYER'S AGENT
All of the above PLUS
What does this service cost? Like that of other real estate agents, the fee is included in the purchase price buyers agree to pay and most often paid by the sellers via MLS with an offer of compensation to Buyer's Agents. FSBO sellers (non-MLS listings) often are agreeable to cooperating and compensating Buyer's Agents.
The difference is that buyers can have agents who represent them., thus saving money in terms of time, advice and negotiating power.
Make the right move with an Accredited Buyer Representative! Seller's list their homes with real estate agents to assure professional representation throughout the home selling process. As a buyer, you deserve the same kind of service.