Do I need a buyer’s agent?

I’m trying to buy a condo in Manhattan and have had bad experiences with the buyer’s agents I’ve had so far. The last one literally lost me the deal because they failed to tell me the apartment I had an offer agreed on had been appraised two months before. To date, I’ve found all my apartments and decided what to offer, and had offers agreed with the seller (despite the agent recommending I offer more). I feel like I have a pretty good idea of the market now and would just like to have that direct contact with the seller’s agent so that I know what’s being said and communicate more efficiently. So my question is, can I go it alone. Should I? What things would I need to know?

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I’m trying to buy a condo in Manhattan and have had bad experiences with the buyer’s agents I’ve had so far. The last one literally lost me the deal because they failed to tell me the apartment I had an offer agreed on had been appraised two months before. To date, I’ve found all my apartments and decided what to offer, and had offers agreed with the seller (despite the agent recommending I offer more). I feel like I have a pretty good idea of the market now and would just like to have that direct contact with the seller’s agent so that I know what’s being said and communicate more efficiently. So my question is, can I go it alone. Should I? What things would I need to know? submitted by /u/weirdo76 [link] [comments]

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