Accredited Buyer’s Representative


Buying a home may be the largest and most complex financial transaction you ever undertake. If you’re ready to buy a home, wouldn’t you prefer to work with the most qualified real estate professionals you can find?An Accredited Buyer’s Representative stands out in the crowd. If your REALTOR® holds the ABR® designation, you can trust that they have the extra edge when it comes to KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE.

The ABR® designation is only awarded to licensed real estate professionals who complete specialized training that gives them the edge in understanding a buyer’s perspective and protecting and promoting their buyer-clients’ interests. Before earning the ABR® designation, buyer’s reps must also demonstrate proven experience in representing buyers. Further, they are committed to maintaining their professional edge by staying current on the latest issues and trends in buyer representation.When you work with an ABR®, you’ll be served, not sold. Your interests become their interests. They’ll make your home buying experience go as smoothly and successfully as possible. You can expect your ABR® to:

  • Understand your specific needs and wants, and locate appropriate properties.
  • Assist you in determining how much you can afford (pre-qualify your mortgage)
  • Preview and/or accompany you in viewing properties
  • Advise you in formulating you offer
  • Help you develop your negotiating strategy
  • Provide a list of qualified vendors (inspectors, attorneys, lenders, etc.) for other services you may need
  • Keep track of every detail throughout the transaction-to closing and beyond
Not all buyer’s representatives are equal. Only a buyer’s rep who has earned the Accredited Buyer’s Representative designation has made the extra effort to raise the bar, with additional training and experience. If you work with an ABR®, you can feel confident that you’ll receive the highest level of buyer-representation serices.The ABR® designation is awarded by the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council (REBAC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR)

Why Should you work with an Accredited Buyer’s Representative when you’re looking to buy your home?

When looking to buy a new home, first look for an Accredited Buyer’s Representative.Real estate professionals who earned the ABR® Designation have taken special training that focuses on you, the homebuyer, to help guide you successfully through what could be the most complicated transaction in your life.cute Philip Nastasi Realtor The answer is really quite simple.When you work with an ABR®-designated real estate professional, your interests as a buyer become the interests of your ABR®. That’s your ABR®’s business: working with buyer-clients like you to help make the home-buying experience go as smoothly as possible.

  • Define what you want and need in a home
  • Learn about important neighborhood resources and market information
  • Find the home that best meets your wants and needs
  • Formulate your offer
  • Develop your negotiation strategy
  • Keep track of all the details throughout the entire transaction – to closing and beyond.