If you’re considering buying a house, a buyer agent can be a great help. As your agent, I will help you find the house that suits your needs, as well as working to get it for the best possible price.  A lot of people looking for houses don’t have their own agent, they simply rely on the agent who is trying to sell them the house. But getting a buyer agent ensures that someone is in your corner, has your best interest as their best interest.

Buying a house is a huge undertaking and there are lots of choices to be made, as well as paperwork to go over. If you are feeling overwhelmed about all that buying a home entails, that’s perfectly normal. A lot of people feel stressed about making such a huge purchase. But buying a home doesn’t have to be stressful, it can be a good experience and you can ensure it is a good experience for you by covering all your bases. That’s what my job is–I make sure that the process flows smoothly and that all the little details are taken care of.

In addition, I have a policy that I will split the buyer agent commission I receive with you. As you probably know a percentage of the selling price of the house goes to the buyer agent, and half of that I will return to you. So, you’ve got nothing to lose. You’ll get a buyer agent who will work for you and you’ll get money back as a result of your wise decision.

Don’t let your house buying venture turn out stressful or sour, instead call me today, I’d love to help you find the house of your dreams.

In addition to being a licensed attorney, Chad is also a licensed real estate agent in Utah and a Realtor®.

Services that Chad can provide include listing real property for sale in Utah as well as representing you as a buyer’s agent. If you are purchasing real property listed on the multiple listing service, as your agent, Chad can split with you the buyer’s agent commission (typically 3% of the purchase price and which can amount to thousands of dollars).

To see Chad’s page with real estate listings, go here.

Disclaimer: Representation in real estate transactions as a Realtor® is for law-related services and not the practice of law. The term “law-related services” denotes services that might reasonably be performed in conjunction with and in substance are related to the provision of legal services, and that are not prohibited as unauthorized practice of law when provided by a nonlawyer. As such, these Realtor® services are not legal services and the protections of the client-lawyer relationship do not exist. Any legal services, such as interpreting or drafting contracts, distinct from these law-related services will be subject to separate representation arrangements.