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Dual Agency
An agency representation agreement must be signed every time a buyer or seller works with a different company to view real estate property.

Dual Agency occurs when a Buyer's Agent shows a property to a buyer that is also represented by that REALTORS«'s firm, or when the Listing Agent shows real estate to a buyer who is also represented by the same firm. In Dual Agency situations, both the buyer and seller will be asked to sign a consent agreement. A Dual Agent owes both the buyer and seller equal representation and must ...

Treat both parties fairly.
Not knowingly represent one party to the detriment of the other.
Disclose facts each party needs to make an informed decision.
To assist, as the Buyer and Seller are empowered to negotiate on their own behalf.
Assure confidentiality on each party's price, terms and personal information.

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