A buying agent is a person who offers to buy a property or a good for another person. Other terms for buyers agents include indenting agents. Indent is a contract that requires property or goods to be sold according to certain terms and conditions. Agents also help the seller in the negotiation process, such as during the sale of a home. The buyer’s agent serves to facilitate the sale and avoid disputes with sellers.
Your job is to help buyers find and evaluate properties, schedule viewings, answer questions, and arrange for them to be sold. This agent must also communicate with the seller’s agent and the lead agent, copy all emails and take part in office training. Your agent should also have the ability to handle the contract and close a written proposal to purchase. The buyers agent coordinates with the administrative staff, and attends office meetings.
A buyer’s agent gives prospective buyers an insider’s view of a property. This helps them make informed decisions about the purchase. In addition to helping the buyer narrow down options, a buyers agent also digs up additional information about each listing. They have access to the Multiple Listing Service and can provide more information than websites or real estate apps. A buyer’s agent can also help negotiate a price that is fair to both parties.