Real Estate Attorney And Inspector?
Q: I'm going to be buying a house soon in Austin, and was wondering if anybody has recommendations for an attorney and a house inspector. (Names of people to avoid would be good, too
A: -He's an exclusive buyer's agent, which means he doesn't have any home listings of his own. Instead, he represents the buyer. Traditional realtors are legally obligated to put the seller's interests over those of the buyer, even if you are not buying a home that they have listed. I got my house through him 4 years ago, and since then he's helped several of my friends get houses as well. Positive experiences all around, highly recommended. -Get some books and learn as much as you can about all of it yourself as many of these guys will miss things that a second pair of eyes may find. You may even think of using two inspectors, a practice I learned from sailing. The extra cost can save your life on a sailboat and possibly prevent a big headache or fire in your house.
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