Colorado Springs Colorado Real Estate Agent Video Reviews Top Producing Broker

Colorado Springs Top Buyer Agent answers 6 consumer questions in a newly released video. The video is broken into 6 segments with answers about the area, and what services buyers agents offer.

Evergreen, United States - January 21, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Buyer Agent Search Interview Series by Skyfor Inc, conducted an exclusive interview with a top buyer agent in Colorado Springs, CO and posted it to the public on Youtube. The purpose of the 20 minute video is to inform viewers about the amenities of Colorado Springs, and how a buyers agent might be able to assist them in the purchase of a home. This agent joined the Buyer Agent Search Network in 2015 and he and his partner have consistently received excellent reviews from the buyers, thus setting the bar for the qualities to look for in a top producing broker. The interview video will help consumers know the kinds of services that can be offered by highly-reviewed Colorado Springs Colorado buyer agents.

Consumers may watch the full interview along with the summary here: https://buyeragentsearch.com/co-springs-real-estate-agent-video/

The video highlights client protection and how a good agent will serve as a fiduciary or person who is loyal to the needs of the client. Fiduciary agents are real estate advocates who put the client’s interests above their own. Their objective is to get the best price and terms for the buyers or sellers and help with negotiations. The agent interviewed explains that clients should 1) understand the importance of buying a well-built house 2) be sure to get an inspection and 3) feel good and satisfied with the property. Since the interviewed agent used to build houses, he wants buyers to understand that an old house doesn’t necessarily mean it’s no good. However, he always encourages his clients to get inspections to help them avoid buying the wrong property.

The video series has 6 distinct questions, and each question has its own stand alone video of 3 to 5 minutes. There is also an audio only version of the video on the channel.

Valuable tips shared in the videos will benefit any home buyer seeking to buy property in 2020. New videos of interviews from all over the US are added every month. The Buyer Agent Search Network seeks to educate consumers about current market trends and financing options applicable to them.

At the end of the video, buyers are offered various ways to communicate with the Buyer Agent Search Service via their website, their Youtube channel, and numerous social media sites. The service offers free consultations to consumers looking for property or wanting to sell anywhere in the United States or Costa Rica. To get access to fiduciary top buyers agents in Colorado buyers may also wish to visit the non-profit state association of Exclusive Buyer Agents at https://homebuyerscolorado.org/find-buyers-agent/. Real estate buyers or sellers may also call the national headquarters office at 800-383-7188.

Contact Info:
Name: Kathleen-Chiras
Email: Send Email
Organization: Skyfor, Inc.
Address: 7652 Gartner Rd., Evergreen, CO 80439, United States
Phone: +1-303-670-0246
Website: http://buyeragentsearch.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88943526

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