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little-red-house-ncHELPING BUYERS AS BUYER BROKER

Standard real estate forms encourage buyers to consult with legal counsel, but few do.

The typical buyer starts the buying process unrepresented. At some point in the process legal issues may arise. The buyer has to stop and look for an attorney.

Consulting with a lawyer is an extra expense, which many buyers would rather not bear.

A better idea is to hire a buyer’s broker who is also an experienced real estate attorney. That’s me. I am both a real estate broker and a real estate attorney. If you engage me as your buyer broker, the legal advice, interpretation, and document drafting – as related to your transaction – is included for no extra charge.

If you already have a broker that you like, stick with that broker. Bring me in as co-broker, handling the legal complexities.

P1010112Don’t be shy about calling. I talk with buyers, seller, and brokers without charge to determine if I can be helpful. I never charge for initial telephone consultations.

If we hit it off, I will ask you to sign a buyer broker agreement or co-broker agreement. A written agreement is to your benefit as well as mine. I will put my whole heart into helping you buy the property you want. So I ask for a similar commitment from my buyers.

I look forward to being of service to you.

James Robert Deal, Broker & Attorney
KW Everett
WSBA # 8103, DOL # 39666
425-774-6611, 888-999-2022
James at James Deal dot com
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