You and Your Realtor

Your principle residence is, in many cases, the largest single investment you will make.

Before you begin your search for your dream home, consider that according to a national survey, the Realtor® remains the primary source of information for buyers. Nearly 73% of all home buyers who participated in the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) survey indicated that they purchased their home through a real estate agent.

buyers guideA Realtor® is a professional who subscribes to a strict Code of Ethics as a member of the local, state and national association of Realtors®.

As a member of the local association, Realtors® belong to a Multiple Listing Service (MLS), which allows Realtors® to show any property listed through MLS. This will simplify your home search as you may preview all available homes with one agent.

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Your process in selecting a Realtor® to assist you should include:

  1. Asking friends, relatives, co-workers and acquaintances for a reference.
  2. Seeking references from buyers who were pleased with the professionalism of an agent are reliable sources.
  3. Considering the company's and agent's reputation.
  4. Conducting a Realtor interview. You should feel comfortable with whomever you choose.

Searching for a home should be a positive experience which allows you to make informed decisions that lead to the purchase of your "dream home".

Legacy Buyers Guide

Legacy Real Estate Buyer's Guide takes you step-by-step through the buying process. It begins with viewing available properties, moving towards making an offer on a property and finally, closing your dream home.

With sample forms and financing information, it is designed to educate and allow you, the buyer, to make informed decisions.

Simply give us a call and we will be happy to deliver a FREE copy of the Legacy Real Estate Buyers Guide to you.