For each their own broker!


A real estate broker for buyers!

While the role of a real estate broker representing the sellers of a property is better known, the role of a broker involved in a transaction as a representative of the buyers is less well understood.

Since the latest legislative changes were put in place to prevent brokers from finding themselves in conflicts of interest, a broker can no longer represent both the seller and the buyer in the same transaction. This means that buyers must have their own broker if they are interested in acquiring a property.

If you're looking to buy a house or condo, you need to be represented by a broker who will look after your interests, advise you during negotiations and protect you throughout the transaction. Once you've signed a purchase brokerage contract with the broker you decide to work with, he or she will have duties and obligations towards you.

But far beyond what the law stipulates, an experienced broker can help you make the best possible purchase transaction, and can save you a lot of hassle. Having completed hundreds of transactions over more than 20 years, I'm in a position to help you bring your purchase project to fruition and ensure that you find the property that meets your needs and represents the best possible investment.

For expert advice, support and protection, call me at 514-626-9009. 

The law of supply and demand... Sound familiar?