- Do I need a realtor if I already found a house?
- What should I not tell a real estate agent?
- Do Realtors show houses at night?
- Do you tip your realtor?
- Is it OK to work with two realtors?
- Why do Realtors not want buyers and sellers to meet?
- Do you have to pay a realtor to show you houses?
- Should my realtor be at showings?
- Can Realtor tell you other offers?
- Is a buyers agent worth it?
- Do Realtors drive you around?
Do I need a realtor if I already found a house?
First, you are never required to hire a real estate agent to represent you if you don’t want one.
Yes, you can contact the sellers agent and have them write your offer for you, and present it to the seller.
Second, having one less agent in the process does NOT necessarily mean more money for the seller..
What should I not tell a real estate agent?
Yet many experts agree: There are some things homebuyers should never say to or discuss with their real estate agent. This can include personally sensitive details….Topic #2 to avoid: personally sensitive informationYour income. … How much you have in the bank. … Your personal and professional relationships.
Do Realtors show houses at night?
As far as showing at night to cover something up, a buyers agent does not want to cover anything up. They want to see everything. If there is an issue with a house which was overlooked by the buyer it is likely to be discovered by the home inspector and they do their inspection in the daylight.
Do you tip your realtor?
You should not tip your Realtor, in any way. It is neither expected or considered the standard practice. In fact, some real estate agents say that gifts or bonuses make them uncomfortable. Tips can actually cause them extra work to ensure they stay within the law and adhere to their licensing regulations.
Is it OK to work with two realtors?
There are no regulations or legislation that states buyers cannot use more than one agent or realtor; however, realtors have a code of ethics they follow, and cannot interfere with another agent’s sales. They will not want to work for a client that is not committed to them or who is attempting to use multiple agents.
Why do Realtors not want buyers and sellers to meet?
Why is it that agents are so reluctant to let buyers and sellers get together? Unlike most business deals, the sale of a home can get very personal and real estate agents are nervous about the parties dealing with each other. That’s because most agents have seen what can go wrong when buyers and sellers meet directly.
Do you have to pay a realtor to show you houses?
A: Typically you owe nothing to the Realtor and they usually cannot charge you anything as well. … Successful Realtors usually set rigid guidelines to how they will work with buyers for exactly the reasons you have mentioned. If agents are not careful, they can spend a lot of time, effort and fuel without getting paid.
Should my realtor be at showings?
From the listing agent standpoint, they’ll certainly want to attend any showings for luxury, historic or other premium properties because of the size of those sales. For less expensive properties, however, it’s up to the listing agent and/or seller.
Can Realtor tell you other offers?
Most real estate agents don’t disclose offers to other buyers. … Legally, agents in NSW are allowed to disclose current offers to any other potential buyers. Agents are required to inform the seller of all offers made to purchase the property, but there is no law to prohibit the disclosure of offers to potential buyers.
Is a buyers agent worth it?
A buyer’s agent has the potential to save you money, but there’s no guarantee they will – or even can save you money. … It’s a useful anecdote for buyers who may find it hard to work out the true value of a property or how to negotiate a property purchase at the right price.
Do Realtors drive you around?
Short answer is, yes, you will definitely be expected to drive around clients. It most likely won’t be too often but you will want a nice four door safe sedan or SUV.