At Haynsworth Realty, we understand that finding your new home is a big deal. That’s why we’ve committed ourselves to representing only buyers and tenants.
So what does that mean for you? As real estate transactions have evolved, the need for quality buyer representation has increased tremendously and as exclusive buyers’ agents, we represent only your interests. With more and more people using real estate as a wealth-building tool, the importance of effective buyer representation cannot be overstated!
Jason Haynsworth, the broker of Haynsworth Realty, has over 14 combined years of experience as an attorney and real estate broker. Together with his wife Liz, also an attorney, they have successfully negotiated and closed over 30 transactions just in the past year. Their client list includes first-time home buyers, executives, families, young professionals, investors, empty-nesters and former professional athletes. Jason and Liz are multi-million dollar producers and are personally involved in all aspects of a transaction, giving their clients the most effective representation available.
To help you locate an effective buyers’ broker, here are suggested questions to ask your potential broker. If your candidate cannot answer these questions immediately (and correctly!), it’s time to look for someone else.
- 1. Should a Buyer ever accept a Seller’s affidavit for an existing survey?
- 2. If a conflict exists between the legal description and the property address, is the contract still enforceable?
- 3. What is the effect of a Buyer failing to deliver option and earnest money in a timely fashion?
- 4. When does the time permitted for objections to the title commitment and survey begin?
- 5. Can the Buyer unilaterally terminate the contract based on objections to the title commitment and survey?
- 6. Does the standard title policy cover claims pertaining to an incorrect survey?
- 7. Is a Buyer’s lender allowed to object to the title commitment and survey?
- 8. What is the consequence of a Seller delivering HOA documents that are not in compliance with the Texas Property Code?
- 9. What is the consequence of a Seller failing to deliver HOA documents in a timely fashion?
- 10. Can the option period be used to terminate the contract for reasons other than a negative inspection?
- 11. Can a Buyer’s lender limit the amount of Seller paid closing costs?
- 12. How are property taxes handled at closing?
- 13. Why is the “notices” clause such an important part of the standard sales contract?
- 14. How do you ensure that your Buyer’s offer is not simply used as a stalking-horse bid?
- 15. Which party pays delinquent property taxes upon conveyance?
Ready to take the plunge? Then contact us to start the search for your new home.
If you’d like more information, the links below will give you a head start as you begin to look for a new home in the Dallas area.
And if you’re looking to sell your home, we can still help you through the process even though we won’t be listing your property. Click here to get in touch with us to find out more.