Doug Barry, Associate Broker

                     Licensed in Maryland
  Direct Line 410-207-4751 Office 410-583-5700  

Should I Meet An Agent At A House I Want To See?

Not the first time you meet with them. Unless the agent is a friend, you will not get an agent that is making a full effort to help you, and it is less likely that you will understand what's going on throughout the sales process. There are disclosure forms that the agent is required to go over with you, by law, at your first face-to-face meeting (other than an open house). You also have different options as to how you can work with an agent, which can affect how quickly and easily you'll find the perfect house and will affect how much you pay out of your pocket.

Are You Looking Out For Me Or The Seller?

Can You Look Out For My Best Interest If I Buy A House Listed With Long & Foster?

Should I Be Represented?

What Should I Do Before I Start Looking?

What Will You Do For Me If I Work With You?

How Do I Know What I Can Afford?


2006 Douglas R. Barry

Request Information

   Home Search   Buyers   Sellers   Listings   Relocation   Careers   Services   Area Info   Articles   About Me   Site Map   Contact