Under a multiple listing system, a broker from whose office a listing agreement is executed, as opposed to a selling broker from whose office negotiations leading up to the sale are initiated. Often, the two functions are performed by the same broker.
The real estate broker who has the listing on a property to be sold at auction or by standard sale.
A real estate broker who has a listing on a property and cooperates with the auction company by allowing the auction agreement to supersede his/her listing agreement.
The broker in a multiple-listing situation from whose office a listing agreement is initiated, as opposed to the cooperating broker, from whose office negotiations leading up to a sale are initiated. The listing broker and the cooperating broker may be the same person.
The real estate professional who acts for the vendor in marketing a property for sale. As opposed to Selling Broker (Agent) -- the agent representing the purchaser.
The broker who secures the listing on a property.
The real estate broker who lists a property for sale and who, if the terms of the listing contract are satisfied, will be compensated, typically in the form of a commission on the selling price of the house, when the property sells.
The licensed real estate broker (agent) who secures a listing of the property. Contrast with selling broker (agent).
A real estate broker responsible for the listing of the property and representing the interest of the seller. (Also called a listor or seller's broker.)
The real estate broker who is responsible for the listing of a property and who is to represent the interests of the seller.
A broker whose office initiates the property listing (as opposed to the cooperating broker, whose office negotiates the sale); the listing broker and the cooperating broker may be the same person
A broker who lists property or owns the listing of a property.