A real estate agent who sells a property. The selling agent may be (1) the subagent or listing agent of the seller; (2) a buyer's agent; or (3) a dual agent. Also called a cooperating agent or participating agent.
The agent who brings the buyer for a property.
he/she is the Real Estate Agent that represents you when you are making a sales transaction as a buyer.
the real estate agent who finds a buyer for a home.
The agent who obtains a buyer. A selling agent may represent the buyer, or may be a subagent of the seller.
In a real estate transaction, the Real Estate Agent who brings the buyer to the transaction. Some Selling Agents are Buyer Brokers.
any agent who sells a property; he or she may be a subagent or listing agent of the seller, a buyer¡¯s agent or a dual agent. Also called a "co-op" agent.
A real estate broker or salesperson who writes the purchase offer for a buyer in a real estate transaction, but may not actually represent the buyer.
The real estate professional who brings the eventual purchaser to the property and the vendor. As opposed to "listing agent".
A real estate licensee who finds the purchaser in a transaction even though the agent did not actually list the property for sale. The majority of residential listings, particularly in metropolitan areas, become part of a multiple listing service (MLS) which establishes a working and legal relationship between the licensee who listed the property and all other members of the MLS. By selling the property, the selling agent is entitled to a certain agreed-to percentage, normally 50 percent, of the real estate commission.
The real estate agent obtaining the buyer rather than listing the property. The listing and selling agent may be the same person or company.
The broker who finds the buyer and writes up an offer.
The real estate broker or salesperson that actually writes the purchase offer for a buyer in a real estate transaction. The agent may or may not actually represent the buyer.