It’s FREE: You may think you are saving money by not using a buyer’s agent (a realtor representing a buyer), but that is not the case. In residential real estate, the commission is usually paid by the sellers whether or not the realtor is involved or not. Plus, I am an advocate in your corner because I work for you. Know that, as a realtor, I can show you any home even if it is not my listing.

Multiple Listing Service (MLS) access :  As a member of the MLS, I have full access to the searchable database of the MLS listings. The access allows me to search for active listings that matches your criteria in your future home. I can also set up automatic emails so you will be one of the first to preview new listings within your search criteria. Websites like and are not always 100% accurate on listings.

Paperwork, paperwork and more paperwork:  As a buyer’s agent, I do all the paperwork possible during the transaction. Writing offers, sellers’ disclosures, escrow instructions, reviewing title work, and closing documents are just a few of the documents I handle for you.

Power to negotiate:  Buyer’s agents give the buyer the card to negotiate an offer with the seller.

Knowledge is power:  Having a buyer’s agent will allow you access to industry knowledge that comes from experience in real estate. I will educate you on the market conditions and answer any questions you have along the way.

Reduces Stress:  When having a buyer’s agent in your corner, you do not have to worry about spending every waking moment looking for a home.  Instead, I send you the new listings within your search criteria. Also, I will fill out the paperwork for you so you know it has been done correctly the first time.