Robert A Stallard
RE/MAX Advantage
Robert Stallard, Patricia Marcotte, and Patrick Maguire

Cell Mail: 978 808 5938
Office: 978-927-9100
Website: www.northshorist.com/
Email: bobstallard64@gmail.com





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Bob Stallard is transitioning to the Northshorist Group

www.northshorist.com
bobstallard64@gmail.com
Robert A. Stallard

RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate
100 Cummings Center Suite 104F,
Beverly, MA 01915
Cell 978 808 5938
Office Fax: 978 927 2856
Office 978 927 9100

For over 25 years my strategy is to listen carefully to your needs and concerns. With my experience in changing markets, my advanced technology, and my commitment to placing my clients' goals first, you too may maximize profit, and minimize problems.

Click here to find your new property.

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Why Use A Real Estate Buyer Representative?
Purchasing real estate is a complex and major transaction with many details to be handled. In the majority of cases the seller will be represented by an agent.

A buyer's representative is responsible for protecting the buyer's best interests. Research by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS? has shown that when a buyer's representative is used, the prospective buyer found a home one week faster and examined three more properties than consumers who did not use a buyer's representative.

A buyer's representative will:
1. Evaluate the specific needs and wants of the buyer and locate properties that fit those specifications.
2. Assist the buyer in determining the amount that they can afford (pre-qualify), and show properties in that price range and locale.
3. Assist in viewing properties -- accompany the buyer on the showings, or preview the properties on behalf of the buyer to insure that the identified specifications are met.
4. Research the selected properties to identify any problems or issues to help the buyer make an informed decision prior to making an offer to purchase the property.
5. Advise the buyer on structuring an appropriate offer to purchase the selected property.
6. Present the offer to the seller's agent and the seller on the buyer's behalf.
7. Negotiate on behalf of the buyer to help obtain the identified property keeping the buyer's best interests in mind.
8. Assist in securing appropriate financing for the selected property.
9. Provide a list of potential qualified vendors (e.g. movers, attorneys, carpenters, etc.) if these services are needed.
10. Most importantly, fully-represent the buyer throughout the real estate transaction.