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Would you pay for representative to act on your behalf as a buyer if it would save you money?

Asked on Nov 23 2010, General in Birmingham | Report content

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  • Most definitely. To have a professional work on your behalf in order to source a better deal makes sense on many levels.

    Answered on Nov 24 2010, Report content
  • I believe there are a number of such companies doing a good trade in this area, so not only do i think its a good idea so do a number of the public, in particular those who are time poor cash rich will jump at the chance for someone else to do the leg work and negotiations for them

    Answered on Nov 24 2010, Report content
  • In a word 'yes'! To negotiate a good deal is one good reason to use a representative, but another good reason is to take the stress and headache of dealing with other peoples emotions and attachments to the property they are selling away from what is a financial transaction. A house becomes a home when you move in, until then the head should rule the heart and if that cannot be done, the representative can take the reins and use his/her head for you. Well worth considering in my view.

    Answered on Nov 24 2010, Report content
  • It is becoming increasingly common to employ property finders to carry out searches, book viewings and negotiate on your behalf. They are genrally well connected and enjoy good relationships with agents in the area which could be an obvious advantage. If you are busy and time poor the financal outlay can be more than cost effective

    Answered on Nov 24 2010, Report content

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