Dual Agent or Buyer’s Agent?

By Hoke - Last updated: Saturday, September 1, 2012 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment

An experienced and ethical dual agent who represents both parties can be beneficial to the acquisition process because a more direct communication and ability to really understand the needs of buyer and seller. Yet a dual agent without both experience and ethical responsibility can be a real liability. An experienced and ethical buyer’s agent can help protect the buyer when dealing with a listing broker may be lacking in either experience or ethics. However, an experienced buyer’s broker may be more costly or limit access to listings, see; The disadvantage of letting the business brokers search for my acquisition

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