Things You Shouldn't Say to a Seller's Agent as a Buyer
Going to open houses as a homebuyer can be fun. You get to look at homes you’d like to potentially buy, imagining how you’ll live there and where your things will go.
You can speak with the real estate agent monitoring the open house to find out more about the property and the price, but there are some things you don’t want to say. After all, the agent is paid to represent the interests of the seller and not yours.
Here are some things you don’t want to say to a seller’s agent [read more]
Sherry has 10 years experience in the real estate industry. She prides herself in her ability to work well with first time home buyers guiding them through the entire process and always eager to answer any questions or concerns. She has quickly earned a reputation for always looking out for the best interest of her clients.
What some of her clients have said about their home buying experience.
"Working with Sherry Graham was like working with a friend. She was always patient and kind and brought properties to our attention based on our needs. If Sherry didn't have the answers she always pointed us in the right direction and made sure that everything fell into place during the buying process. I felt very well taken care of and really appreciated Sherry's attention to detail and customer service. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Sherry to a friend of family member. "
Ashley Gibbs, Princeton, MA
"Sherry was wonderful when helping us buy our first home. She immediately made us feel comfortable and never pressured us into making decisions. She was very responsive, professional, and great at negotiating. We would highly recommend her for buying and/or selling your home! "
D. Gonsalves, First Time Home Buyer