Buying a Home in Salt Lake City, UT


Salt Lake City "Super" Accredited Buyer Representative

The Super ABR logoWell, I did it again! I decided to get the ABR designation for the second time. Yes, this means I took the entire curriculum over again, so you could say I'm twice as knowledgeable as those who have only earned the Accredited Buyer Representative designation once!

Okay, so maybe I didn't learn twice as much, but taking it from different instructors each time and a few years apart, I do have to say the course was a great reminder of how to property serve the real estate buyer and gave me some ideas on how I can make my buyer representation business even better!

Current designations I hold are:

  • Accredited Buyer Representative, ABR
  • Certified Exclusive Buyer Agent, CEBA
  • Certified Negotiation Expert, CNE


  • Exclusive Buyer's Agent  (EBA)
  • President, Homebuyer Representation, Inc.
  • Member, National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents (NAEBA)
  • Past-President, National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents (NAEBA)


  • Do you have excellent credit?
  • Do you plan to purchase a $300,000-$800,000 home within 90 days?
  • Do you have a good down payment, or are you paying cash for your next home?

If so, get a trained agent on YOUR side of the transaction! Make sure you hire an EBA! Homebuyer Representation, Inc. - Exclusive Buyer Agents

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

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Comment balloon 0 commentsBenjamin Clark • September 30 2011 03:10PM
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