The Colorado Exclusive Buyer Agents Association has updated its site advertising its services for real estate buyers in the local area. The company was set up in 1999 to work exclusively for real estate buyers, instead of both buyers and sellers, which helps people to get the right home for them at the best price.
More information can be found at: http://homebuyerscolorado.org.
One of the things that defines buyer’s agents who are members of the Colorado Exclusive Buyer Agents Association is that they work exclusively for the property buyer, rather than both the buyer and the seller. The agent works to ensure that the people they work with can get the property of their dreams.
Unlike like the seller’s agent, who is under an obligation to get the highest price and best terms for the seller, buyer agents must be loyal to their buyer clients to get the lowest price and best terms for their buyer client. Members of the association all provide a free no-obligation consultation session so that the buying process will go smoothly.
The agents save their clients time and money by paying close attention to the list of wants and needs of their buyer clients and then matching that to what is available on the market. This means that people getting in touch with CEBAA to find the right home for them can rely on their chosen agent to find the right property, get the best price, and secure the best deal.
When people get in touch with the headquarters staff of the Colorado Exclusive Buyer Agents Association to find their dream home, the expert staff will put the clients in touch with all agents in this not-for-profit trade association who service the area where they intend to buy. The staff will also answer questions about the property home buying process in Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, and surrounding ski towns such as Breckenridge.
The staff will provide profiles on it’s association members, who specialize in helping their clients buy property in Colorado. There is no cost to the public for this service.
A full range of benefits of working with a buyer’s agent can be found on the CEBAA site, which explains that the staff act as their negotiator, their protector, and their advocate. Association agents can provide guidance throughout the buying process. This guidance may include suggestions of lenders or tips for first time home buyers or those wishing to downsize.
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