The overwhelming majority of posts, books, and "advisors" recommend getting a buyer's agent when buying a home. This seems to be reasonable advice. My question is: how do I go about doing this? What are the mechanics of obtaining a buyer's agent and how do I ensure that they are MY agent and not an agent for a variety of sellers who is just telling me that they are MY agent?Thanks in advance for your help.
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