Absolutely not! Our compensation is already included in the price of the home you purchase and it will be fully disclosed to you. After all, it is your funds that are paying all costs. You should know what those costs are and be able to have your agent paid with those funds.
When buying your new home, your most important decision will be your choice of representation. Your real estate agent should represent ONLY YOU, the buyer, EXCLUSIVELY.

With an Exclusive real estate Buyer Broker you receive the benefits of a fiduciary relationship and you can expect those benefits to stay with you throughout your real estate transaction.

There is much more to purchasing a home in these areas than merely finding the perfect house. Traditional real estate agents in Northern Virginia, Suburban Maryland and Washington DC will show you homes, (often their own listings) and try to persuade you to purchase them.

Exclusive Buyer Brokers NEVER do this.

First of all, we NEVER take listings. Also, we are able, by law, to provide more information to you about the property, the community, the pricing and possible financing because we are NOT working for the seller. We will never disclose to the seller what you tell us (traditional realtors MUST do this) and we will ALWAYS represent YOU!

Your home may be your largest investment – the foundation of your net worth. If you choose to finance your property, the appended mortgage will be your largest financial obligation. Furthermore, your home will provide undeniable sustenance for your future comfort, security and happiness.

Buying your home may well be one of the most important transactions of your life. You must get it right. Whether you are buying in Fairfax County or Montgomery County, Maryland or Virginia or any neighborhood in Washington DC.

You deserve to have on your side a Home Buyer’s Broker who appreciates the magnitude of the mission, one who will absolutely respect your needs, desires, wants and circumstances. You deserve to have a broker you can call your own.

Call us – 703-356-2244! We will arrange to meet with you for an initial “Buyer Conference”. This is your opportunity to interview an Exclusive Buyer Broker to represent your interests. It is also our opportunity to apply for the important position of helping you to find a home. You will be under no pressure to make a decision at this meeting.

There is absolutely no cost or obligation to you. We respect your right to make an informed decision after evaluating all of your options.

Don’t take our word for it….see what the Press has to say….

Articles in the Media

money magazine

“Unlike the traditional agent who looks out for the seller, a buyer-broker acts as your advocate … the best buyer brokers are so called exclusive agents – that is they represent buyers, never sellers, and thus are not tempted to push a house on which they stand to earn a double commission. You can find a true buyer broker in most states by calling Buyer’s Resource and stipulating you want an exclusive agent.”
– Money Magazine

Readers Digest

“Always remember that a real estate broker does not work for you, but the seller If you want a broker on your side, get a buyer broker.”
-Reader’s Digest

Business Week

“A conflict of interest is more likely when a real estate firm that represents sellers assigns you one of its brokers as a buyer agent. That’s why many people believe an “exclusive” buyer broker is preferable.”
– Business Week

Mobility Magazine

“When buyers do not use an exclusive buyer broker, they are generally dealing with a professional, trained selling agent who has pledged to get the best price and terms possible for the seller.”
-Mobility Magazine

USA Today

“Agents: How to hire one for your side.” “Most agents who show you homes don’t represent your interests. They work for the seller, and their objective is to sell the house at the highest possible price.”
-USA Today

Los Angeles Times

“Exclusive buyer’s agents work only for consumers and often can save them money – and they don’t cost more to hire … Buyer’s agents are not tied to any particular property or agency, so they will show buyers any home, even those for sale by owner.”
-Los Angeles Times

Business Week

“To protect themselves, buyers can retain their own exclusive representative, called a “buyer’s broker”. Your local agent may offer such services, but be aware that buyers’ brokers who also work as sellers’ brokers can sometimes end up on both sides of the deal.”
-Business Week

U.S. News and World Report

“Buyer Brokers: agents that buyer’s can call their own.” “If your real estate agent isn’t a buyer broker, he works for the seller.” “Buyers no longer have to fend for themselves.”
-U.S. News and World Report

Joseph Eamon Cummings, author- Not One Dollar More

“Your goal should be to engage an agent who will represent only your interests. Not just a ‘buyer broker’, but an exclusive buyer broker . Make sure that is what you are getting.”
–Joseph Eamon Cummings, author- Not One Dollar More

The New York Times

“Confusion often arises because many buyers believe that the agent who shows them houses works on their behalf. In fact, subagents of the listing broker — often they are agents who work for another office – also act on behalf of the seller.”
-The New York Times

Good Housekeeping

“Many people don’t realize that, unless specifically stated otherwise, brokers are legal representatives of the sellers. A buyer’s broker, representing only the buyer, may be able to secure a better price and better terms.”
-Good Housekeeping

The Motley Fool

“Traditionally, the real estate agent has always represented the seller of the house. So whenever you walk into an agent’s office and say something like, “I’m ready to offer $150K but would go as high as $160K if I had to,” that agent is duty-bound to tell the seller about your conversation.

Even though a traditional agent may spend hours and hours with you, her allegiance isn’t to you at all. It’s to the seller, and in this regard her main motivation is to get as much money out of you as possible. There are two reasons for this. One, it makes the seller happy to get a lot of money. Two, as we’ve seen, the agent’s commission is based on a percentage of the selling price. The more you pay, the more she makes.

There are many agents who will take exception to looking at their business so coldly. And there are many fine and ethical agents in the world. But the bottom line is that sellers’ agents are salespeople who make their living off commissions. Never forget that, no matter how nice they are.”
-The Motley Fool


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