Despite what some people may say about working with a seller’s sub-agent, there are several reasons an increasing number of home buyers ultimately decide to use a buyer’s agent. Recent studies have shown that consumers using a buyer’s agent save an additional five percent (on average) on the purchase price of their home. An important consideration is that this service is usually provided at no additional cost to the home buyer.
Although you may receive additional protection and advocacy from a buyer’s agent, all licensees in the state of Wisconsin must treat all parties fairly (whether buyer or seller) and disclose all material adverse facts pertinent to the real estate transaction.
Only a buyer’s agent can: