The Fighting Fiduciary Award was created to recognize exceptional work in helping home buyers save money. Jon had a great quarter for savings and we felt it was important to recognize that in contrast to all the negative news coverage about real estate. Along with the obvious savings benefit, he also made some home buyers very happy with his efforts.
Ann Arbor, Michigan (PRWEB) July 18, 2009
Jon Boyd, an exclusive buyer's broker helping real estate purchasers in Washtenaw County, received the Fighting Fiduciary Savings Award today for Helping home buyers save an average of $72,638.00 during the first quarter of 2009.
"The Fighting Fiduciary Award was created to recognize exceptional work in helping home buyers save money. Jon had a great quarter for savings and we felt it was important to recognize that in contrast to all the negative news coverage about real estate. Along with the obvious savings benefit, he also made some home buyers very happy with his efforts." said Laura Degiovanni, a senior exclusive buyer agent for the company. "Jon's knowledge and experience really paid off for his buyers."
The transaction reportedly included a first time home buyer purchasing a condominium, a home buyer purchasing a larger Burns Park area home, a first time buyer purchasing an East Ann Arbor home, and a luxury home buyer purchasing on Ann Arbor's South side. Transaction parameters were very different in each case and that variety is one reason Boyd said he still enjoys the business of representing home buyers after nearly twenty years with that total focus.
The Home Buyer's Agent real estate company serves Ann Arbor Michigan and the surrounding areas including, Ypsilanti, Brighton, Belleville, Howell, Hartland, South Lyon, Novi, and Farmington Hills. They help a broad variety of real estate purchasers from first time condominium buyers to luxury home buyers, and they measure their success in dollars saved, not dollars sold.
"Receiving the Fighting Fiduciary award is a thrill because most of the larger real estate companies in our market no longer provide common law fiduciary services like we do. Most companies these days are limited to designated/dual agency. That seems to remove the teamwork that is critical in optimally serving a buyer." concluded Boyd.
The term "exclusive buyer agency" is defined by the National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents as: A company who only represents home buyers. The company never represents sellers and the company never lists property.
The Home Buyer's Agent of Ann Arbor is one of Michigan's largest buyer's real estate companies and is the oldest Exclusive Buyer's Agency in the state of Michigan. It has helped thousands of home buyers save millions of dollars on their home purchases. Since Exclusive Buyer Agents only represent home buyers and never sellers, these companies avoid the conflicts of interest of traditional real estate companies and offer home buyers 100% loyalty.
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