Trust what Abraham Lincoln said:
“He [she] who represents himself has a fool for a client.”
The listing broker of a property works for* the seller, not for the buyer. This means that the listing broker’s fiduciary responsibility is to get the seller the best deal possible, regardless of who buys it.
The fiduciary responsibility of a broker who represents a buyer on an exclusive basis is the opposite of that of the seller’s broker. We represent buyers of commercial property on an exclusive basis and help clients navigate through the purchase process, from initial needs assessment to property identification, negotiation, due diligence, and through closing. What this means to our exclusive buyer clients is that they are represented by experienced brokers who know the market and know how to properly underwrite the property to objectively help you negotiate the best price and terms on a commercial property for the buyer. This results in the buyer resting assured that they are not overpaying for a property and that each part of the negotiation and due diligence process is handled properly.
Things to consider when acquiring a commercial asset: