Refers to a Licensed Real Estate Agent who claims to be representing the best interests of both the Tenant and Landlord, or both the Buyer and Seller.
A real estate agent that represents both the seller and buyer in the same transaction.
An agent representing both parties in a transaction. In almost every state, dual agency is illegal and unethical without the written consent of both the buyer and the seller.
a Broker who with the written informed consent of all parties to a contemplated real estate transaction, is engaged as a limited agent for both the seller and buyer
a real estate agent who has signed a buyer agency agreement with a buyer who wishes to purchase a listing held by the agent or the agent's firm
a real estate agent working in a situation where the real estate company is representing both the buyer and seller
a real estate broker or sales executive who acts in a fiduciary capacity for both the owner and the prospective buyer after their informed consent
a realtor who is working as a seller's agent for a particular property and, should you become interested in the property, serves as your buyer's agent as well
When the agent for the buyer and the agent for the seller is the same person.
A conflict of interest that occurs when a real estate broker winds up representing both the seller of a home (through a listing), and a potential buyer (through a buyer's agency contract). This position is legal in Michigan, as long as it is immediately disclosed to both parties in the transaction.
If a Realtor lists a property which their buyer client wishes to buy, the Realtor will be the agent for both the buyer and the seller. This is called Dual Agency. If this situation were to occur, the buyer would be informed and asked to sign a Dual Agency Consent Agreement. This Agreement provides that the agent will not disclose either client¡¯s personal, financial or confidential information. To best protect the interests of our clients, when negotiating on a property listed by our company, the Realtor representing the buyer will not be the same Realtor that represents the seller.
A real estate brokerage that acts as agent for both the seller and the buyer in the same transaction. Both buyer and seller are the brokerage’s clients.
A real estate broker or agent who represents both the buyer and the seller.
The real estate sales professional who has signed agreements with the buyer and the seller in the same transaction.
A real estate broker or salesperson who acts as agent for both the seller and the buyer in the same transaction. Both buyer and seller are the agent's clients.
A limited agent, who with the written informed consent of all parties to a contemplated real estate transaction, has entered into a brokerage relationship with, and therefore represents, both the buyer and the seller. The dual agent has certain duties and obligations to both the buyer and the seller as set out in Neb. Rev. Stat. 76-2401 et. seq.
An agent representing both the buyer and seller in a transaction. Dual agents should always get written consent of both parties.
An agent who represents two opposing principals in one transaction such as a buyer and seller in a purchase agreement.
agent who represents both the buyer and the seller in a transaction.
An agent who represents both the seller and the buyer in a transaction. Missouri requires written consent of all parties.
Representing both principals (buyer and seller) to a transaction. Dual agency is illegal and unethical without the written consent of both the buyer and the seller.