My Role as Your Realtor

 My Role as Your Realtor & My Promise to my Clients

Shana has been a Sales Representative with EXIT for 6 years in Sarnia-Lambton. Breaking rookie records, continually achieving the bronze sales award yearly with EXIT International,  Shana is an enthusiastic individual who is driven and dedicated to taking the time to understand her clients needs, helping create an un-stressful real estate transaction while building long term relationships.

When you hire Shana you can be reassured that she is there to protect your best interests with all of your real estate decisions.  By consistently providing sincere & high quality service to all clients she will help you with every aspect of your real estate transaction; from arranging financing, insurance, inspections and legal advice for you. With all her contacts and experience she and can even recommend professional trades if the house needs renovations before buying or selling. Home buying and selling should NOT be stressful & Shana dedicates her full-time expertise and effort into finding her clients the dream home you want, save you time, and make it as unstressful and fun as possible !

Her overall goal is to take out all the stress and guesswork out of buying or selling a home Sarnia Lambton . Each client has a different agenda and different needs....and it is important to understand those issues from the very beginning of your real estate  process. You will be treated with honesty and care throughout the entire real estate process. Finding a home that meets all your wants and needs can be difficult and you don't have all the available resources or the time necessary to make complete use of them like Shana does.

For service day or night and to learn how Shana can offer you something different from other Sarnia real estate agents contact her today.  Do you know one of the best ways to learn about a realtors? Check out their testimonials!  Check out Shana's clients comments by clicking TESTIMONIALS on the main home page.  

 

 

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Shana is dedicated to earning your business in 2013! 

It's important to understand who the REALTOR works for !

Are you about to begin your search for a new home? Do you know you should have a realtor representing you and looking out for your best interests?

In real estate, there are 3 different possible forms of agency relationship:

1. Vendor's Agent

When a real estate company is a "vendor's agent" or "sellers agent", it must do what is best for the seller of a property.

A seller's agent must tell the seller anything known about a purchaser. For instance, if a seller's agent knows a purchaser is willing to offer more for a property, that information must be shared with the seller. Confidences a seller shares with a seller's agent must be kept confidential.

A purchaser can expect fair service and disclosure of pertinent information about a property. Nothing will be misrepresented about a property. All questions will be answered honestly.

Do that make you want to just start calling agents that have the property your interested in? Think again!

2. Purchaser's Agent

A real estate company acting as a "purchaser's agent" or "buyer's agent must do what is best for the buyer.

A written contract establishes buyer agency. It also explains services the REALTOR will provide, spells out who will pay and specifies what obligations a buyer may have. Typically, buyers will be abliged to work exclusively with that REALTOR for a specified period of time.

A REALTOR working for a buyer will keep information about the buyer completely confidential from the seller.

3. Dual Agent - Multiple Representation

Occasionally a real estate company will be the agent of both the buyer and seller. Under this "dual agency" and/or Multiple Representation arrangement, the REALTOR must do what is best for both the seller and buyer.

An agent that is entering into Multiple Representation must fully disclose information to both the buyer and seller. No information will be confidential.

A REALTOR can be a dual agent only if both the purchaser and vendor agree in writing, most often at the time of an offer.

Who pays?

99% of the time, the REALTOR will be paid from the proceeds of the sale of the home. The listing agreement states the REALTOR's fee.

When more than one REALTOR is involved

75% of the time a buyer will work with one REALTOR and a seller will work with another. It may appear that the REALTOR working with the buyer is working for that purchaser, in an agency relationship but that is not necessarily the case.

The REALTOR working with a buyer may be a "sub-agent" of the seller. In this case, the REALTOR is actually a seller's agent. While a vendor's agent can provide many valuable services to a buyer, he or she must do what is best for the seller.

If a written contract exists with a buyer, a REALTOR can be a buyersr's agent. Buyers and sellers will always be told -in writing- who a REALTOR is working for.

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