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Salt Lake City Home Buyer - Exclusive Buyers Agent Was "Wholly Dedicated to My Cause"

Salt Lake City Home buyer positive agent reviewsBenjamin Clark of Homebuyer Representation, Inc. in Salt Lake City, Utah, helped me find and buy my home. He was an excellent agent in all ways and I recommend him wholeheartedly to any potential home buyer.

Because he is an Exclusive Buyer's Agent, Ben was wholly dedicated to my cause throughout what turned out to be a 4-1/2 month long process.

He was enormously helpful, dedicated, persistent, knowledgeable, proactive, and consistently agreeable and pleasant.

His negotiating skills are impressive.

He makes great efforts to stay current in his field.

I enjoyed our association and greatly appreciate his work and his approach.

I am convinced that he will always put the interests of his clients first, and will never rush through a sale or fail to point out, based on his considerable experience, potential drawbacks in a property that might adversely affect its value.

Thanks to him, I am now in a lovely home that I purchased for an incredibly good price, at the end of a process that he made as smooth as humanly possible.

If you are looking for an Exclusive Buyer’s Agent of exceptional capability and honesty, you can not find a person better able to represent you than Ben.

Helen
Non-Profit Administration
Salt Lake City, UT

 

If you have excellent credit and will be buying a $300,000-$800,000 home within 90 days and would like an agent who will work exclusively for you, make sure you get an Agent on YOUR side of the transaction! Make sure you hire an E B A!

Call us at (801) 969-8989 or contact us via the link on this page.

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Exclusive Buyer's Agents do not list homes for sale and never represent Sellers. They have no "inventory" to try and push on you. They can represent you in purchasing any home. They are specialists at representing Buyers ONLY on the Buyer's side of the transaction. Exclusive Buyer's Agents work to get BUYERS the Best Price and Terms when they Buy a home...

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