2. BUYER'S AGENT AGREES:
A. To seek out, and inform the Buyer about, properties which meet the Buyer's requirements, including those listed on the MLS system, private sales and unlisted properties.
B. To represent the Buyer and to offer assistance regarding price, financing, chattels, inspections, appraisals, closing costs and all other relevant details relating to the transaction.
C. To act as the Buyer's advocate by protecting and promoting the Buyer's best interest. The agent's duties include: confidentiality, undivided loyalty, to obey all lawful instructions of the Buyer, to exercise reasonable care and skill, to account for all money and property, to disclose all facts, if known, any information relevant to the transaction, to abide by the Code of Ethics and Standards of Business Practices of the Canadian Real Estate Association and the By-Laws and MLS Rules and Regulations of the Halifax-Dartmouth Real Estate Board, the Nova Real Estate Commission and Rules and Regulations of any other authority with jurisdiction
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST TO USE THE BUYER'S AGENT?
No more than it will cost if you use a traditional real estate service.
You choose the method of payment. The most common way is the same way other real estate agents are paid: the typical commission paid at closing is usually divided between the listing broker and the broker of The Buyer's Agent. Because the fee comes from the proceeds of the transaction, there is no need for you to incur additional cost for our services.