Who the real estate agent works for...
As a transaction broker, we assist you through the transaction without being an agent or advocate for you or the seller. You are not legally responsible for our actions and a written contract with us is not required.
As a transaction broker, we disclose to you, among other things, any adverse material facts we know about a property. In addition, we will not disclose to the seller that you may be willing to pay more than what you offered.
Your relationship with your broker
When you come in to meet with our agents, we'll talk it over and mutually select the alliance that makes the most sense. Then we'll sign a statement acknowledging our discussion and your choice. This is not a contract. The disclosure statement does not bind you to CENTURY 21 Collins Realty in any way, it just acknowledges the particular relationship we've established. We keep it on file as required by the state.
How to be happy and see everything
This process is supposed to be fun. So don't worry. We're not going to try to jam you into anything that's not right for you. Our objective is always to direct you to property you'll fall in love with relatively quickly. But if it takes days and miles, that's not a problem.
We can arrange a showing of anything on the market, thanks to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) of the Realtor Association of Franklin & Gulf Counties. We make sure you see all appropriate properties, no matter who has them listed.