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It is important that you understand the differences between a professional who represents a seller, a professional who represents a buyer, and one who represents both.

  • Seller's Agent - A Seller's Agent has a listing agreement to represent the seller's interests. A Seller's Agent may provide information to help the buyer, but the interests of the seller must come first. Including not disclosing specific information a seller does not want the buyer to know.
  • Buyer's Agent - A Buyer's Agent has an agreement to represent the buyer. A Buyer's Agent may assist the seller, but does not represent the seller. The Buyer's Agent must place the interests of the buyer first. A Buyer's Agent must disclose any related information to the buyer.
  • Dual Agent - Dual agency takes place when a real estate professional represents both the seller and the buyer. Also, when the Seller's Agent works for the same realty company as the Buyer's Agent, a dual agent occurs. In the case of dual agency, the agents duties are more limited and potential for conflict of interest exists. When a dual agency is involved in a real estate transaction, a "transaction broker" or "intermediary" may also be involved.