Buying A Home
West and Woodall, Town, Lake and Country Properties agents work with buyer’s to find them the perfect homes. Our agents can set you up on an automatic search so you can see the home that meet your specific requirements as they come on the market.
First to Know Give us your criteria and we will send you homes as they come on the market.
West and Woodall, Town, Lake and Country Properties agents will explain every step of the process and walk you through the process from finding the perfect home to closing on the home of your dreams. Our agents complete training every year to insure that they are up to date on recent changes in real estate law and practices.
- Search For Triangle Area Home
- First to Know
- Working with Real Estate Agents Brochure (pdf) en español
- Home Inspections Q and A (pdf)
- Closing Q and A (pdf)
- REALTOR® Code of Ethics (pdf)
Buyer’s Agents are real estate licensee who is hired by prospective buyers to represent them in a real estate transaction. The buyer’s agent works in the buyer’s best interest throughout the transaction and owes fiduciary duties to the buyer. The buyer can pay the licensee directly through a negotiated fee, but is usually paid by the seller or by a commission split with the listing broker.
In a dual-agency situation, the broker represents two principals in the same transaction. Dual agency requires that the agent be equally loyal to two separate principals at the same time.