New London County CT Buyer Broker

Are you Buying A New London County Home?

At Buyers Trust Real Estate it’s not about doing whatever we have to, to keep the deal together and trying to get paid by both sides. You can’t promise to get the best deal for both sides in a transaction. We take pride in doing one thing to the best of our abilities and providing the absolute best for our home buyers and investors in New London County.

New London County, CT Buyer’s Agent Wanted: Buyers Trust is now interviewing buyer’s agents that want to be the premiere buyer’s agent in New London Connecticut.

Which Towns Are You Interested In?

Bozrah  Colchester  Franklin  Griswold  Groton  Lebanon  Ledyard  Lisbon  Lyme  Montville  New London  North Stonington  Norwich  Preston  Salem  Sprague  Stonington  Voluntown  Waterford

 

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Woman’s Day Magazine Recommends Calling Buyers Trust:  A Connecticut Buyer Broker.

When Woman’s Day started writing the article, “Cut Expenses by $100’s a Month”  they called Buyers Trust Founder, Steve Schappert to discuss exclusive buyer brokerage.  The completed article suggested calling Buyers Trust when buying a home anywhere in the country.

“Get a broker on your side. In most states,  real-estate agents work for the seller, not the   buyer. This means that the agent wants to get the  seller the best price possible. Using a buyer’s broker, who has your best interest in mind, may help you shave thousands off a home’s purchase price, mortgage or various other costs, and there is no fee to the consumer.” Woman’s Day suggests to find a buyer’s broker, you should call one of the many referral services across the country such as Buyer’s  Trust… ” –  “Cutting Your Expenses” by Karen J. Bannan was featured in the January 2nd. edition of Woman’s Day Magazine

General Information From the Dept. of Consumer ProtectionA Buyer’s agent represents the interests of the buyer in a real estate transaction. The Buyer’s agent’s responsibilities to the buyer are: undivided loyalty, obedience, diligence, disclosure, confidentiality, accounting, and reasonable skill and care. All duties are fiduciary — they are owed exclusively to the buyer – NOT to the seller.  Learn More