After searching through pages of online listings, you've compiled a master list of every open house you're interested in touring. You're ready to start attending open houses, but you don't have a buyer's agent—aka someone to represent your best interests every step of the way. Is that a problem? A buyer's agent will help you navigate the process of buying a house, but do you need to hire one to actually tour the houses you're interested in? Click the link below to read the entire article.