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Orlando Buyer Broker speaks out

Orlando buyer broker speaks up for home buyersOrlando Buyer Broker speaks out

All Orlando Buyer Brokers need to step up and speak out if they are going to represent a home buyer.

Many Buyer Brokers claim they "represent" the buyer however there is always a line that they do not cross....mainly, they do not want to upset the seller so they do not tarnish the possibility of a future listing...

Not good news for the Orlando Home Buyer...and one of the main reasons that Buyers Broker of Florida chooses not to list property...so there is never a conflict of interest.

The Orlando Buyer Brokers at Buyers Broker of Florida  are true  home buyer advocates so it is second nature for these Orlando Buyer Brokers to step up and speak out when it is time to re-negotiate or the home buyer client is not getting the terms that they contracted for. That is why the home buyers hire Buyers Broker of Florida... they do their job.  No short cuts.

For expert buyer representation with an Orlando Buyer Broker that will step up and speak out for the home buyer call Buyers Broker of Florida 407-539-1053.

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 Eve Alexander Orlando Buyers Agent


Comment balloon 5 commentsEve Alexander • December 07 2012 08:09AM


Eve, do I read "secret agent" in this post?    Either you represent the buyer, or are neutral, pick one!     I represent the buyer as a buyer's agent unless I represent the seller and got a sign call.   I then become a transaction broker.

Posted by Joan Cox, Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time (House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373) almost 7 years ago

You are right Joan, if you say you represent somone, than you need to take on the role.

Posted by Eve Alexander, Exclusively Representing ONLY Orlando Home Buyers (Buyers Broker of Florida ) almost 7 years ago

Eve, the single agecny approach is an interesting business model. I think the trick of making it work is to be perceived as being part of the mainstream of Realtors.  There are a few of these companies in this area, and while I think the approach has merit, they tend to have a hard time getting offers accepted.  Still, I do think their time will come.

Posted by Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital (RLAH Real Estate) almost 7 years ago

Pat, I do appreciate your point of view. In the 1990's, the early days of buyer agency...trying to blend in would have helped, but that is not what our duties dictate.

Exclusive Buyer Agents have survived because they are not mainstream and I have not heard of any EBA having difficulty getting offers accepted. Listing agents appreciate the fact that our clients have been screened and that we are not competing with them for listings.


Posted by Eve Alexander, Exclusively Representing ONLY Orlando Home Buyers (Buyers Broker of Florida ) almost 7 years ago

Many of my clients are looking for an EBA and don't want to get into the potential of the "Disclosed Limited Agent" (as they call dual agency/agents here in Oregon.  Why would anyone want a "limited" agent?  And that's what the state has the agency relationship defined: "LIMITED"  I can't imagine an EBA having a hard time getting offers accepted . . . how would any agent really know that??  Are EBA's in DC being targeted?  Gee I hope that's not the case.  Most of my offers are accepted since I'm known as an EBA with very well-scrubbed buyers.

Posted by Carla Muss-Jacobs, RETIRED (RETIRED / State License is Inactive) almost 7 years ago