Moving up to a larger home, scaling down to a smaller one? Maybe it's time for a condo, or how about that townhouse on the Golf course? Maybe Mom just passed way, or...sadly, the divorce is becoming all instances, it's time to sell the house. You need a dedicated professional to work with and for YOU. Every other agent will be working for the buyer. You need a strong agent, one who will package your property beautifully and promote it to as many qualified buyers as possible. You need a strong negotiator who will work for every penny, as if it were their own. You need an agent who's obligation is to find you the best buyer with the best possible price and terms. Don't let a strong buyers broker come between you and what is right. Let a Colonial Manor Realty agent represent you in what could be the biggest financial transaction of your lifetime. We take it VERY seriously!


A seller can engage the services of a real estate agent to sell his property (called the listing agent) and the real estate agent is then the agent for the seller who becomes the agent's client. This means that the real estate agent represents the seller. The agent owes the seller undivided loyalty, reasonable care, disclosure, obedience to lawful instruction, confidentiality and accountability, provided, however, that the agent must disclose known material defects in the real estate. The agent must put the seller's interests first and negotiate for the best price and terms for their client, the seller. (The seller may authorize sub-agents to represent him/her in marketing its property to buyers, however the seller should be aware that wrongful action by the real estate agent or sub-agents may subject the seller to legal liability for those wrongful actions).