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When you are buying a home looking at foreclosed homes may seem like a good idea. You can get a good property at a good price but it may not be possible to build a relationship with the previous owner. Although it would be rather out of the question, it would be a good idea to buy a home from home this minor little inconvenience. One important thing to know is that you are buying a regular home. You want to take special care when buying a foreclosure.
When purchasing a regular home that's on the market, one of the first things that prospective buyers do is take a tour of the house. When buying a foreclosed house this may not be an option. You may be looking for the home's amenities, detailed information regarding the home's floor plan, the address, and the square footage, but the first time you may be in the home is after taking possession.
You may be walking in the street or in the park or on the street problems. The owner may be in a hurry to lose his property to foreclosure. In some cases, this is not the case with the potential buyer.
When purchasing foreclosed homes the buyer comes to know that the home comes "as is." The home may need repairs before or after it is sold. Considering the circumstances as a matter of urgency.
In some jurisprudence, there is the right of reclamation, which means even if the previous owner could agree to pay the same for a certain period of time , If the previous owner decides to do that right there is nothing the new owner can do about it. Although these cases may be of great importance, buyers of foreclosed homes should be aware of this possibility.
The Real Estate Agent Cover Letter is to be read from the perspective of a customer. Most importantly though is that every letter should have a clear, specific purpose.
Do you want a listing, or are you interested in showing the recipient a property? Whatever it is, it is clear that you will be able to communicate it to your readers. So, think like a customer.
Here's another bit of advice for both beginning and senior agents; do not make the letter about you or your company. Your readers could care less about that. They're more interested in what's in it for them. So, your focus should be on the customer.
Next up are headlines, arguably the most important part of your sales letter. Generally, headlines should be shorter than three to four words, but less than seventeen. Take a look at newspaper headlines and other sales headlines for inspiration. Then practice as often as you can.
Sometimes headline creator. It prompts you to enter specific information and serves up a hundred or so possibilities.
Here are a few more points about a good Real Estate Agent Cover Letter.
Once you feel your cover letter is complete, please read it again. I actually walk away for a full day and reread it the next day. It's easier to spot when I do it that way.
However, if you are not able to ask someone to read it for you. Specifically, ask them to skim through it to see if they get the main points of the message. The feedback you receive may be the difference between a letter that you might like and one that a customer may love.
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Most people understand that a Buyers Agent is the agent that represents a buyer through a real estate transaction and the Sellers Agent represents the Seller during the transaction. Often, buyers do not understand exactly what " Limited Agency " (sometimes referred to as Dual Agency) is and how it will affect their sale or purchase. In Utah, the exact definition of Limited Agency taken directly off a Limited Agency Consent Agreement from the Utah Association of REALTORS® reads:
"A Limited Agent represents both seller and buyer in the same transaction and works to assist in negotiating a mutually acceptable transaction. both parties undivided loyalty, full confidentiality and full disclosure of all information known to the agent. position of the other; such as, the highest price the buyer will pay or the lowest price the seller will accept. A Limited Agent must, however, declare to both parties material information known to the Limited Agent regarding a defect in the Property and / or the ability of each party to fulfill agreed upon obligations, and must disclose information given to the Limited Agent in confidence, by either party, if the failure to di sclose would be a material misrepresentation regarding the property. "
In Utah, it is legal to act as a limited agent, but is it in a buyer or sellers best interest to allow a Limited Agency? If you work exclusively with a Buyers Agent, that agent should be working to locate your home and negotiate the best deal on your behalf. They should be somewhat aware of your financial situation and how much you absolutely plan to spend for the purchase of a new home. The Sellers' Agent is hired by a seller to market the property with the intention of producing a buyer. This agent is usually aware of the sellers' position and how much they would be willing to take for the property.
This is where the conflict may present its self. If the Agent is representing both the buyer and the seller in the same transaction, they are bound by fiduciary duties to both clients. It would be impossible to obtain the best deal if the representative agent must remain neutral. The negotiation will only result a mutually " acceptable " deal. This may or may not be the "best deal".
A Buyers Agent, who is representing a clients interest, will be able to share the pertinent information that they learn that can result in a lower offer than the client may have initially presented. Alternatively, a Sellers Agent may discover the buyer will likely accept a counter result in a higher net to the seller. Information learned can be shared during an exclusive agency, however when Limited Agency is a factor, this information can not be shared. In Utah, each client has the choice to decline or accept limited (or dual) agency. The Exclusive Buyer Broker Agreement has a designated section that fully explains (and requires a signature to accept) Limited Agency. Also, should the Limited Agency situation actually arise, the client will again have to sign an agreement to this. Each party (the buyer or the seller) has the right to obtain an independent agent.
Many clients often point out the fact that the agent will be making double the commission. This should not be a consideration for either party involved in Limited Agency. You must remember this agent will make commission on their listing no matter WHO sells it, and if the Agent is already working with the buyer, then anything the buyer purchases the Agent will make commission on that as well. Essentially any deal could be a "double commission" when an agent works with both buyers and sellers independently. So it is unfair to make the agents commission a factor or a negotiation tool, for either party.
Limited Agency … should YOU participate? I suppose it depends on how well you know your Agent. Will you get the best deal? Possibly. You may have to rely on some of your own instincts and research to determine what the best deal will be, as you will not have full disclosure and advice from your limited agency real estate professional.
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