Do I really need a buyer's agent (separate from the seller's agent)when purchasing a park?-g

In my quest to buy my first park, I have encountered numerous dishonest brokers who have fudged information and chosen not to disclose items they knew about. I have a limited base of experience, but I’m betting the majority of commercial brokers are crooks.

If most brokers are crooks, am I better off working with the single crook who stands to gain the most comission on a deal? My thoughts are that the broker will be more likely to screw over the seller when given the chance to also represent the buyer.

Any thoughts?