April 11, 2012

Buying or Selling a Home

Real Estate Brokers

What can I do if my real estate firm doesn't seem to be working very hard to sell my home?

The best way to prevent this problem is to limit the term of the listing agreement to 90 days or less. If your home doesn't sell in that period of time, you're legally in a position to try another firm.

>>What is the real estate agent's role in a home sale?
>>What is the role of the seller's agents?
>>What is the listing agreement?
>>What fee will I pay on the sale of my home?
>>What other terms in the listing agreement are negotiable?
>>What legal protection do I have after signing a listing agreement?
>>Is the real estate agent liable if a potential buyer steals something from my home?
>>What can I do if my real estate firm doesn't seem to be working very hard to sell my home?
>>What is the fee relationship with a buyer's agent?


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