Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Headshedding with Your Realtor®

An increase in urban population has prompted more demand for high-rise condominiums. While many homebuyers still prefer detached residences, the fact that condos are closely located to places such as shops, restaurants, and other places of interest gives other property seekers added incentive to look up condos for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC. A licensed Realtor® will aid them in that quest. Some people may ask: why seek these guys out?

Cut Above the Rest
As buying a condo property is a major investment, talking to a Realtor® makes a lot of sense when preparing to fork out some serious cash for that dream unit. A reputable agent will have a good list of industry credentials, foremost being membership in the National Association of Realtors® (NAR).Other professionals whose services are applicable to real-estate, such as lawyers, lending institutions, and accountants, will also seek them out for partnerships.
Staying With the Code
Being a Realtor® requires total adherence to the NAR’s Code of Ethics: 17 provisions that govern each agent’s conduct with sellers and buyers. The provisions include full disclosure of all pertinent facts of the transaction with their client-buyers, to follow federal regulations on equal opportunity (especially in multicultural areas), and not malign fellow agents.

Condo searches will never have to be a struggle, especially when you’ve got a Realtor® on your side.

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