Ask any buyer's agent who has been practicing real estate for a while, and you'll hear sad stories from those buying agents who wished they had signed a buyer to a buyer’s broker agreement. I wanted to take time with you on this blog post to allow you to understand just how problematic NOT SIGNING a buyer’s broker agreement can be for both a buyer and a Real Estate agent.
In defense of buyers, it's RARELY their fault… I’ve experienced first-hand how a Real Estate agent can forget to explain “how” the business side-of-things ACTUALLY works to clients.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve “come to grips” with the fact that buying an ‘ownership-stake’ in A DESIRABLE COMPLEX THAT IS PROPERLY OPERATED that’s located just minutes from ‘the heart’ of Boston is a situation that many Greater Boston Real Estate agents are finding less-and-less of these days.
As anecdotal evidence will indicate below (see the chart below) Charles River Towers is not just a desirable place to live and a profitable investment... but you PRETTY MUCH can rest your head at night knowing you’ve made an EXTREMELY sound decision of where you call home or in buying a sound investment.