Congratulations!
You have decided to purchase a home, or are thinking about buying one.  You'll be joining the ranks of thousands of families who realize that home ownership offers a number of great benefits including building equity, saving for the future, and creating an environment for your family.

Integrity First Realty offers full "Buyer Representation"
Yes, we can represent YOUR BEST INTEREST with a Buyer's Agency Agreement.*
This service allows you to hire and/or retain a professional Realtor and experienced negotiator to work on your behalf to find and purchase a home with the most favorable price and terms... perhaps saving you thousands of dollars!  You know that sellers hire a brokerage to list, represent and negotiate in their best interest... BUT, did you know that any real estate agent showing you homes is actually working for the seller too?  Well, unless (s)he has entered into a Buyer's Agency Agreement with you, they are in fact representing the seller as a client... YOU are their prospective customer!

Integrity First Realty is happy to WORK FOR YOU as our CLIENT, negotiating with all MLS/co-brokerage agents on your behalf.  In most cases, our fee is paid by the cooperating firm as included in their Listing Agreement or negotiated with the Purchase Offer.
When you own your own home, your hard-earned dollars contribute to your net worth rather than paying for your landlord's mortgage.  The equity you earn is yours.  While the real estate market can fluctuate, over time, your home will likely increase in value.

Integrity First Realty wants you to have all the tools you need to assess your options and make a wise buying decision.
  We'll take you through the planning process step-by-step, to help you determine which home is right for you.  You'll find a host of informative articles on mortgages, viewing homes, the purchase offer, closing details and finally moving.

*NOTE: All agents must provide buyers and sellers with proper Agency Relationship Disclosures at their first substantive contact.  Additionally, any brokerage firm representing both the seller and buyer on a given transaction is acting in the capacity of a "Dual Agent", which requires advanced consent or prior agency disclosure.  In a dual agency relationship, agents do not exclusively represent one party, but instead must remain neutral, while facilitating the transaction per buyer/seller agreement subject to attorney review.  A designated agent can also be assigned to either buyer or seller to avoid any potential conflict of interest.

Please contact Integrity First Realty for any questions about buying a home in Staten Island or elsewhere in New York.