As a real estate agent, one of my duties when working with clients is to explain agency law - who represents who in a transaction. Buyers are represented by Buyer Agents and Sellers are represented by Listing Agents. Dual agents, however, ‘try’ and represent both the Buyer and the Seller in a transaction. I say ‘try’ because I don’t believe there is any way you can truly represent the interests of both parties
Arlington is a thriving and diverse community that consistently ranks as one of the top places to live. Construction never seems to stop in Arlington and that's a good thing. However, most of the new residential buildings that have been built recently have been apartment rental projects.
The Latin word incido means ‘to cut’ and is the base of the words incision, excision, and decision. Incision means to cut into something, excision means to cut something out and decision means to cut off something.
In this competitive marketplace, you need to make your offer stand out. Below are 7 tips to help you write a winning offer. Now, of course, a high price, all cash, and no contingencies are the obvious terms for a winning offer, but the tips below will help your offer even if you are all cash.
Are we in a Buyer's market or Seller's market? That is one of the most frequent questions I get. And it is a good one. If you are getting into the market or out of the market, you should have some idea of what you are dealing with as it will affect your strategy whether you are buying or selling. First, let's define what a Buyer's or Seller's market is.
How much do you offer on a property to get the best deal? Offering too low of a price can backfire and turn the seller off. Making an offer above the seller's bottom line and you are leaving money on the table. Here are ten tips to help you get the best deal.