In Pennsylvania and Maryland, as with most states, real estate agents provide general services to customers and can also represent clients, as agents, in a real estate transaction. While there are various forms of agency relationships, as a buyer agent, the licensee and the licensee's company work exclusively for the buyer, even if paid by the seller. The buyer agent acts in the buyer's best interest throughout the buying process, including making a continuous and good faith effort to find a property for the buyer. It is recommended that, when buying real estate, you establish a buyer agency relationship with an agent, as opposed to working with multiple agents during the search process. When you have made the decision to buy a home, contact us, and we would appreciate the opportunity to be your buyer's agent.
Below is the PA Consumer Notice that describes agency relationships. MD has a similar notice and is available upon request.