E & D Realty Investment Co Sellers

For most families, choosing a new home is the biggest financial decision they will ever make. There are many complicated decisions involved in choosing your new home. To protect your interests and assure that you make the best possible decisions, it’s important that you have an agent on your side who is an expert in the local real estate market.

As your agent, our focus is on getting you the best possible home at the best possible price. We will work hard not only in finding you potential new homes to see, but also in keeping you informed of everything that takes place. As your agent and a top expert in the local market, we negotiate the best prices and terms for you and answer all of your questions as they arise. We represent you, not the seller. This assures that our experience and expertise in the local market will be used in your best interests during the negotiation process.

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SALES AGENT

When you meet your E & D real estate agent for the first time, a one-on-one consultation will be scheduled. During this consultation your Agent will:

Pre-Qualify you based on your current earnings and dept. This will allow the agent to have some idea of the price range in which to begin looking for a home.

Discuss the type of home you are looking to purchase.

Discuss Agency Disclosure. All agents are required by law to have new clients sign an Agency Disclosure Statement. It does not, by itself, obligate you to work with this agent or his/her brokerage.

Split Agency- An in-company transaction. The seller and the buyer are each represented by two separate real estate agents who both work for the same brokerage.

Seller’s Agency- the agent and the broker are required to act solely on behalf of the seller’s interest.

Subagency- An agent of an agent; a person that an agent had delegated authority to, so that the subagent can assist in carrying out the principals order.

Buyer’s agency- the agent and the broker are required to act solely on behalf of the buyer’s interest.

Disclosed Dual Agency- One agent may represent both parties (buyer & seller) in the real estate transaction.

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