Key Colony Beach, Near Marathon Airport Florida Keys: What are you trying to accomplish with Buyers Agent

What are you trying to accomplish with Buyers Agent

Lela Ashkairan, PA, ABR, CRS, GRI, e-pRO

Senior Buyer Agent, ABR 305-395-0814


If you’re planning on buying a home, hiring an agent is a smart move. You’ll likely be asked to sign a buyer brokerage agreement, which is a good idea for five specific reasons.


For example, you’ll receive a higher level of service from your agent. You’ll also get more without having to pay for more. To see the full list, watch this short video. Learn More →


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Lela Ashkarian & Natalie Ardis Luxury Island Properties

| International President's Elite Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate

Lela: 305-395-0814|Natalie: 305-481-3317

What is the Buyer's agent Duty?


First off, a buyer’s agent will know exactly what their client is looking for in a property and compile those criteria before starting the search. Understanding the buyer’s budget, style, and what they want out of a neighborhood is crucial. A buyer’s agent will help buyers understand the housing market, and what they can expect from a property and its neighborhood with the finances they’re working with. Once everyone is on the same page on where to start looking, it’s up to the buyer’s agent to find property listings for their client, set up tours, and compile information about those particular properties (the details about the houses, the area schools, crime rates—really, all the important stuff you need to know before investing any more time and energy on a place you could end up living in for a long, long time). If the buyer has any questions or concerns, they would direct those to their agent, who will do their best to answer everything and provide all the necessary info.

After an offer is made—the buyer’s agent will handle every single transaction on behalf of the buyer—the agent will be the one who walks the purchaser through the entire process, which includes helping find a loan officer, making sure all paperwork is turned in, obtaining disclosures, and working with any kind of professional (like an inspector or appraiser) who’s evaluating the condition or value of the home. The buyer’s agent is also in charge of all negotiations, making the process as clean and seamless as possible. The buyer’s agent is there from start to finish—they’ll even sit with you as you sign your closing documents.



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Lela Ashkarian, PA, CRS, GRI, e-PRO

Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate

International President's Circle

11050 Overseas Highway

Marathon, Fl 33050


P.S.My Purpose is for you to be so outrageously happy with the help I provide you that you'll gladly introduce me to at least two people you really care about before I even sell your home/help you buy a new home.  Not because you feel obligated, but because you truly believe they will benefit.


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Comment balloon 1 commentLilas "Lela" Ashkarian • January 17 2020 08:57PM


Great information, thanks for sharing.  I hope 2020 is a great year for you.

Posted by Richard Weeks, REALTOR®, Broker 6 months ago