Luke Constantino – 5/1/12
You’re buying a house… You finally cleaned up your credit, saved a little money and are looking for that place you always wanted. You find it; everything is perfect, except for one thing: “The price”. You know in your heart you can get it for a little less, but you don’t want to overprice your first bid always having on your mind I could have gotten it for less. If you underprice it, the seller will not take you seriously… What to do?
Call a buyer’s broker.
Always ask if they know the area you are looking in, sold any property there and how long they have been in the business. Let them know what your expectations are beforehand, so you’re both working on the same page. A buyer’s broker can be a very beneficial tool, especially if they have worked for sellers also. Through my experience working with both, I find there is always a common ground both buyer and seller reach on every deal, that common ground can be easier to find with a buyer’s broker.
Keller Williams Real Estate
9120 4th Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11209
Office: (718) 954 8400
Direct: (212) 300-3919