No, no, no. And frankly, I’m surprised that dual agency is still legal! (This is the same agent working for both the buyer and the seller during a transaction.) It’s virtually impossible for an agent to equally represent both sides of a transaction. Think about this; a seller and an agent will sometimes have worked together on multiple deals for many months or years, and oftentimes end up friends. Would you want this same Realtor that is working for the seller negotiating on your behalf? Of course not. Hire your own Realtor to get the representation that you should.
Will I get a better deal going direct to a seller’s agent?
By Live Mammoth|2020-08-27T17:48:43+00:00August 27th, 2020|Categories: Buyers|0 Comments
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