Listing Agent Must Submit All Offers To Seller

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Listing Agent Cannot Charge a Processing Fee for Presenting an Offer

Posted on March 1, 2012 by

FACTS: The listing agent refuses to submit the buyer’s offer to the seller unless the buyer pays a $100 “processing fee.” ISSUE: May the listing agent require a processing fee as a condition of submitting an offer? ANSWER: No. DISCUSSION: A listing agent is required by the Commissioner’s Rules to “promptly submit to the . […]

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Listing Broker Can Show Offers to Competing Buyers

Posted on February 16, 2011 by

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Seller Can Instruct Listing Broker to Only Present to Seller Certain Types of Offers

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Listing Broker Must Promptly Present to Seller All Offers

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Brokerage Firm Can Represent Buyers with “Back-Up” Offers

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Broker Can Offer Incentives to Potential Sellers and Buyers

Posted on November 1, 2005 by Arizona Realtor Monthly

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Backup Offers Require Discussion With Seller

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Listing Agent Must Present All Offers Unless Instructed Otherwise In Writing By Seller

Posted on May 16, 2004 by

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