2500 Bee Caves Building 3 Ste 200

Austin, TX 78746

Wendi Slaton Anderson

Get in Touch

When it’s time to buy a home, it’s also time to select a buyer’s agent to represent your interests in the all-important transaction. But how do you choose one? Here are some of the most significant questions to consider when interviewing your Buyer’s Representative. 

Experience & Credentials:

How long have you been a Real Estate Agent? What real estate designations or credentials do you hold?


Can you share the name and contact details for three past buyer-clients who can provide references?


Please explain what representation choices I have as a buyer. What is meant by fiduciary duties? Do you practice dual representation?

Services Provided:

Please explain how you will assist me at each stage of the transaction. Do you have a written buyer representation agreement that details our obligations to each other?


If I hire you as my agent, will I be subject to any additional costs in my transaction?

Finding Properties:

Do you have full access to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS)? Will you try to find suitable properties beyond the MLS?

Personal Support:

Will you handle all aspects of my transaction or will I be working with assistants? Who will be explaining the various forms, agreements, and steps required to reach closing?


Will you counsel me on a negotiating strategy and appropriate contingencies? How will you package my offer to the seller?


Will you provide guidance on affordability, mortgage options and how to choose a lender? Why should I consider becoming pre-qualified for a mortgage?

Related Service Providers:

Can you provide referrals to providers of other service related to my transaction, including home inspectors, surveyors, movers, etc.?

  • Work With Us

    Relevant and refined. Real estate is an extremely personal business. Home is a place where things are created, discovered, founded, and developed. We get the importance of purchasing or selling a property and we work hard to hear you, understand your needs and honor your emotions throughout the process.

    Contact Us