Signing a Buyer Representation Agreement (BRA) with your Realtor ensures you receive a quality home-buying experience.
When it comes to just about every kind of contract, signing on the dotted line makes us all a little bit nervous.
When selling a home, most people are aware they sign a Listing Agreement with a Realtor. As a home-buyer, the BRA is an agreement your Realtor should, by law, ask you to sign before they start working for you. It works in favour of buyers, guaranteeing you the very best in real estate service.
The BRA signifies that for a designated period of time, the buyer has engaged a specific real estate firm to work exclusively on his or her behalf at finding a property. The agreement confirms the Realtor commitments to make his or her best efforts for the buyer.
To learn more about the BRA and how it will benefit you as a home-buyer, visit www.brafirst.ca or contact me for more details.