When seeking the assistance of a Realtor, a buyer may now (in some states - Michigan included)
choose to have the Realtor represent him or her as a "Buyer's Agent".
This representation is different from the once common sub-agency relationship where the buyer is not technically represented.
As a buyer, you benefit from a Buyer Agency Relationship by receiving....
No Cost Representation: My compensation is paid through a co/op agreement with the listing office.
Disclosure of all known facts including:
Confidentiality of any discussions, facts, or information that should not be revealed to other parties involved in the transaction.
Reasonable skill and care: