If you’re looking to buy a home, a great help to you is getting a buyer’s agent. Realtors may or may not be in your corner. That’s because many realtors are interested mostly in just making a sell. That means they may not point out flaws they see in the house, the property, or the location.

On the other hand, a buyer’s agent is working just for you, the buyer. As your agent, I can negotiate for you–the price of the house, the deposit amount. I can also negotiate things such as getting the seller to pay closing costs. I can also go over the paperwork, the contracts, and terms and conditions to ensure that everything is in order and that nothing is in there that would harm you.

What about researching the neighborhood and whether it’s safe or the past history on the house, insurance claims that have been filed? If you want a thorough job done to make sure you’re making the wisest choice possible, then look no further. I would love to help you purchase the home where you will spend some of your most cherished moments.

You may be wondering how a buyer’s agent gets paid. the commission is paid when you purchase the house, and the seller is the one who actually ends up paying for your agent. Even better, I offer to split my commission, with you, the buyer.

In the end, you will be the one to determine if a house is right for you. But when you do find that place that fits your needs, having a buyer agent means that you are much more likely to make a good business decision and maybe even get a better deal.

It looks like you’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain. Give me a call today and let me help you buy that house you’re in love with.

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.