Alysse Musgrave (HelpUBuy America) Real Estate Agent



Alysse Musgrave
location_on Coppell, TX — HelpUBuy America
Get to Know Alysse Musgrave
Alysse is the founder and owner of HelpUBuy America. She has been working exclusively with home buyers since 1995. Although she has always represented buyers of real estate, she initially concentrated her efforts on real estate investors. Once she realized the intrinsic rewards associated with helping others find their dream home while simultaneously protecting their rights and saving them time and money, Alysse "made the switch" and now works almost exclusively with owner occupants. Alysse works with all types of buyers, from first time home buyers to high-end buyers, to the bottom line conscious investor. She has assisted buyers in purchasing single family homes, townhomes, foreclosures, commercial property, for sale by owners, and in building new homes.You can count on Alysse to give you good, solid advice! If you're looking to buy a home in the Dallas area, Alysse will share her expertise and market knowledge in an honest and straightforward manner - even if it's not very encouraging regarding a home you think you may want to buy! The person you choose to represent you is the primary factor in determining the level of success and satisfaction with your home purchase. Alysse is proud of her track record of saving her clients thousands of dollars. See what she can do for you! B.S., Texas A&M University GRI Certified Member - NAR Exclusive Buyer Broker - 16 yrs e-Pro Certified Member - GDAR ABR Certified Certified Interior Designer Member - Naeba

Any Realtor can SAY that they work for the buyer, but if they work for a company that takes listings (like Re/Max, Ebby, etc.), they are NOT an Exclusive Buyer's Agent!

Exclusive Buyer's Agents represent buyers 100% of the time. They work for companies that never take listings and never represent sellers. There is never a conflict of interest that will jeopardize your negotiating position.

Our job is to help you buy the home of your choice at the best possible price and with the best terms. If you were getting a divorce would you hire the same attorney as your spouse? 

Would it be wise for you to hire an attorney that works for the same law firm as someone who is suing you?

Should you hire your neighbor's cousin who got a real estate license after losing their job?  Or a  part-time agent who likes to look at houses in their spare time?

Ask the 9 million people who lost their homes in recent years.  It matters who represents you.