Village & Shoreline Properties - 77 main street Stonington, CT 06378
"Distinctive Service With a Personal Touch...
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Per Connecticut Real Estate Regulations, buyers wanting representation must sign a buyer representation agreement. CT Buyer Representation Policy
A buyer's agent owes fiduciary and legal duties to their client:
A buyer's agent will represent the buyer's interests when the seller is represented by another agent in our company or another firm or if the property is a "FSBO", or For Sale By Owner.
If the buyer wants to make an offer on a property that the buyer's agent has listed, that agent will then have two clients in the same transaction and is held to a higher form of responsibility. The Buyer will be advised in advance if this is the case and will be asked to give written informed consent for Dual Agency. Items identified by law remain confidential, both parties will receive honest, fair and equal treatment, including market information and all material facts.
A buyer's agent cannot:
What a buyer's agent can do is provide their buyers with sources of information so that they can make their own personal and family decisions.