Buying Agent vs Listing Agent
When you are thinking about buying or selling a home, your first call is to your mortgage provider and then a real estate agent. Real estate agents are extremely beneficial, whether you’re a first-time home buyer, a seasoned buyer, or you’re looking to sell your home. There are different specialties of real estate agents to fit your specific needs.
There are two main types of agents – buyer’s agents and listing agents.
A buyer’s agent works with clients that are looking to purchase a home. They help interpret their client’s wants, needs, and budget into a productive home search. Using their knowledge and expertise of the housing market and different locations that their buyers are interested in; they work to find homes that their client will love. The buyer’s agent will also assist with offers and negotiations, legalities, and other steps of the process to help the buyer. Buyer’s agents may also be referred to as a selling agent. Ultimately, the buyer’s agent is concerned with helping their client make a good investment in their new home and advocating for their interests along the way.
A listing agent works with homeowners that are interested in putting their home on the market. The listing agent’s main goal is to get their client the most money for their house, in the shortest time possible. They create strategic plans for how they can market and sell the home. They also support by advising on how to prepare the home for showings and bringing interested buyers into the home.
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