Q1: Would you take advice from your spouse's attorney during a divorce?
Q2: Would you ask the IRS for Tax Advice?
A2: Of course not!
Q3: Would you call a Seller's Agent to buy property?
But today, many buyers still take the advice of a Seller's Agent when buying real estate!
What! Yes, many buyers still rely on the advice of a Seller's agent whose sole responsibility is to sell you their Client's property, even if it's not the best option for you!
Why? There is no good reason, especially when honest, sincere, and professional representation is available at no cost.
Would you rather spend 3 hours looking at property with a salesperson, or with a partner who's only motivation is to locate and help you acquire the best property for you and your family?
Seriously. Do you want to spend a day being sold something? Or, do you want to learn as much as you can about the market, economy, enviorment, and neighborhoods where you are about to make a substantial investment? more...
Author:Paul Zubrys Phone: 269-783-5253 Dated: May 7th 2013 Views: 6,273 About Paul: I began my real estate career in 1987. Harbor Country Real Estate, Lake Michigan Lakefront Property,...
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Let's talk before you move forward with your next real estate transaction. You will be glad you did.
Paul Zubrys, Principal Broker / REALTOR
Southwest Michigan & Northwest Indiana Real Estate since 1987.