Buyers Premium Agreement Form
Our Exclusive Buyers Premium Agreement Earns You More
The Buyers Premium Agreement is designed to be a buyers fee in addition to your listing commission. If your listing is a short sale it will not interfere with your short sale lender negotiations. It is paid by the buyer as a closing cost. It is very important to disclose this to the buyers lender and submit it with the purchase agreement so the underwriter will have a chance to review it and include it in the total analysis of the loan. Be sure to give it to escrow with the purchase agreement at the same time so they can put it into the estimated HUD on the buyers side. Do not be afraid to point it out to the loan officer as soon as possible because you do not want it to be a problem at the last minute of closing. Talk about it as much as possible incase the buyer needs to change lenders. Click on the link below to access it now!
Buyers Premium Agreement
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