Buyer's Agent Nine out of ten buyers use a buyer's agent. It is very important to understand how you are being represented in your transaction. If you are moving from one state to another it is important to know the difference between a buyer’s agent and listing agent. There are many areas in a real estate transaction that can make a difference in how you are being represented. Some states it is legal to have transactional real estate representation where the Realtor's job is to bring all sides together vs. a single representation where the buyer's agent best interest is to the client. The buyer’s agents job starts with assisting in finding the home for the buyer. It continues throughout the negotiation, inspections to closing the deal, and sometimes even after closing. The home buying process is ever changing. From state laws and market conditions, it is important to have the proper buyer representation in your real estate transaction. Who Pays? In Ohio, the seller typically pays the Realtor commission, which is split between the buyer and seller’s agents. Some buyers’ agents require the buyer to pay a transaction fee. Jill Team does not charge buyers a transaction fee or any additional fees. Why interview buyer agents? We recommend interviewing buyer's agents. It is OK to change agents if you are not happy with your agent but DO NOT agent hop. You may end getting substandard service by not having your own buyers’ representation. Working with our team. Our team are unique with experience and resources. Buying a home with an agent that have resources and experience in construction and distinguishing between serious habitability issues vs. minor repairs. There are many advantages of working with us, we just ask you to give us few minutes from your valuable time and you will defiantly see the difference. (937) 303-1888

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Buyer's Agent Nine out of ten buyers use a buyer's agent. It is very important to understand how you are being represented in your transaction. If you are moving from one state to another it is important to know the difference between a buyer’s agent and listing agent. There are many areas in a real estate transaction that can make a difference in how you are being represented. Some states it is legal to have transactional real estate representation where the Realtor's job is to bring all sides together vs. a single representation where the buyer's agent best interest is to the client. The buyer’s agents job starts with assisting in finding the home for the buyer. It continues throughout the negotiation, inspections to closing the deal, and sometimes even after closing. The home buying process is ever changing. From state laws and market conditions, it is important to have the proper buyer representation in your real estate transaction. Who Pays? In Ohio, the seller typically pays the Realtor commission, which is split between the buyer and seller’s agents. Some buyers’ agents require the buyer to pay a transaction fee. Jill Team does not charge buyers a transaction fee or any additional fees. Why interview buyer agents? We recommend interviewing buyer's agents. It is OK to change agents if you are not happy with your agent but DO NOT agent hop. You may end getting substandard service by not having your own buyers’ representation. Working with our team. Our team are unique with experience and resources. Buying a home with an agent that have resources and experience in construction and distinguishing between serious habitability issues vs. minor repairs. There are many advantages of working with us, we just ask you to give us few minutes from your valuable time and you will defiantly see the difference. (937) 303-1888

Buyer's Agent Nine out of ten buyers use a buyer's agent. It is very important to understand how you are being represented in your transaction. If you are moving from one state to another it is important to know the difference between a buyer’s agent and listing agent. There are many areas in a real estate transaction that can make a difference in how you are being represented. Some states it is legal to have transactional real estate representation where the Realtor's job is to bring all sides together vs. a single representation where the buyer's agent best interest is to the client. The buyer’s agents job starts with assisting in finding the home for the buyer. It continues throughout the negotiation, inspections to closing the deal, and sometimes even after closing. The home buying process is ever changing. From state laws and market conditions, it is important to have the proper buyer representation in your real estate transaction. Who Pays? In Ohio, the seller typically pays the Realtor commission, which is split between the buyer and seller’s agents. Some buyers’ agents require the buyer to pay a transaction fee. Jill Team does not charge buyers a transaction fee or any additional fees. Why interview buyer agents? We recommend interviewing buyer's agents. It is OK to change agents if you are not happy with your agent but DO NOT agent hop. You may end getting substandard service by not having your own buyers’ representation. Working with our team. Our team are unique with experience and resources. Buying a home with an agent that have resources and experience in construction and distinguishing between serious habitability issues vs. minor repairs. There are many advantages of working with us, we just ask you to give us few minutes from your valuable time and you will defiantly see the difference. (937) 303-1888

Buyer's Agent Nine out of ten buyers use a buyer's agent. It is very important to understand how you are being represented in your transaction. If you are moving from one state to another it is important to know the difference between a buyer’s agent and listing agent. There are many areas in a real estate transaction that can make a difference in how you are being represented. Some states it is legal to have transactional real estate representation where the Realtor's job is to bring all sides together vs. a single representation where the buyer's agent best interest is to the client. The buyer’s agents job starts with assisting in finding the home for the buyer. It continues throughout the negotiation, inspections to closing the deal, and sometimes even after closing. The home buying process is ever changing. From state laws and market conditions, it is important to have the proper buyer representation in your real estate transaction. Who Pays? In Ohio, the seller typically pays the Realtor commission, which is split between the buyer and seller’s agents. Some buyers’ agents require the buyer to pay a transaction fee. Jill Team does not charge buyers a transaction fee or any additional fees. Why interview buyer agents? We recommend interviewing buyer's agents. It is OK to change agents if you are not happy with your agent but DO NOT agent hop. You may end getting substandard service by not having your own buyers’ representation. Working with our team. Our team are unique with experience and resources. Buying a home with an agent that have resources and experience in construction and distinguishing between serious habitability issues vs. minor repairs. There are many advantages of working with us, we just ask you to give us few minutes from your valuable time and you will defiantly see the difference. (937) 303-1888

Buyer's Agent Nine out of ten buyers use a buyer's agent. It is very important to understand how you are being represented in your transaction. If you are moving from one state to another it is important to know the difference between a buyer’s agent and listing agent. There are many areas in a real estate transaction that can make a difference in how you are being represented. Some states it is legal to have transactional real estate representation where the Realtor's job is to bring all sides together vs. a single representation where the buyer's agent best interest is to the client. The buyer’s agents job starts with assisting in finding the home for the buyer. It continues throughout the negotiation, inspections to closing the deal, and sometimes even after closing. The home buying process is ever changing. From state laws and market conditions, it is important to have the proper buyer representation in your real estate transaction. Who Pays? In Ohio, the seller typically pays the Realtor commission, which is split between the buyer and seller’s agents. Some buyers’ agents require the buyer to pay a transaction fee. Jill Team does not charge buyers a transaction fee or any additional fees. Why interview buyer agents? We recommend interviewing buyer's agents. It is OK to change agents if you are not happy with your agent but DO NOT agent hop. You may end getting substandard service by not having your own buyers’ representation. Working with our team. Our team are unique with experience and resources. Buying a home with an agent that have resources and experience in construction and distinguishing between serious habitability issues vs. minor repairs. There are many advantages of working with us, we just ask you to give us few minutes from your valuable time and you will defiantly see the difference. (937) 303-1888