Why do you need an Agent?

Benefits of using a buyers' agent

Many potential buyers try to find houses on their own, calling agents from signs or advertisements and not committing to one particular agent. In this competitive market, it is in your best interest to have a dedicated agent who is looking out for you. Having your own agent will make the buying process more enjoyable and a good agent will save you time and money.

An agent knows about local real estate values and market activity and will help you make an informed choice.

An agent helps you through the process of searching for and buying a home step-by-step; he/she can advise you of your rights, obligations and options.

An agent can connect you with the various professionals you will need during the purchase of your home, such as lawyers, mortgage specialists, house inspectors, and contractors.

An agent has access to the MLS system which will allow him/her to notify you as soon as properties come on the market, giving you a competitive edge.

An agent is an expert in real estate transactions and has all the appropriate forms to protect you and your interests when putting together the sale.

An agent acts as your negotiator and will guide you through offers and counter offers, helping you get the best possible purchase price on your home.

Benefits of using a listing agent

Some homeowners are tempted to try selling their property without the help of a real estate agent. The reality is that selling real estate is a complex and highly specialized field. If you are like most people, your home is your biggest asset – an agent will help you steer clear of the many pitfalls along the way and ensure the process is as stress-free as possible. Most importantly, a good agent will save you time and money.

An agent can give you an accurate and competitive market price for your property based on current market information in your neighbourhood.

An agent will develop and carry out a marketing plan for your property which will expose it to the maximum number of potential buyers, thereby getting you more offers and a better price.

An agent can publicize your property on the MLS, the most relevant and accessible source of listing information for buyers and their agents.

An agent takes care of the many tasks and all of the paperwork involved in selling a house, making the process a lot more comfortable for the seller.

An agent is an expert in real estate transactions and has all the appropriate forms to protect you and your interests when putting together the sale.

An agent will keep you well-informed and protected from start to finish and will advise you of your rights, obligations and options.

An agent has access to the latest tools and technology in the trade and will market your property with a high level of professionalism.

An agent is an experienced negotiator and will guide you through offers and counteroffers, helping you get the best possible price for your property.



Rosie Porter
REALTOR ®

Royal LePage ATLANTIC
7075 Bayers Road
Halifax, NS
B3L 2C1

Email : rosemary@royallepage.ca
Cellular Phone : (902) 209-7073
Office Phone : (902) 435-3442
Office Fax : (902) 461-2689