Agency Relationship

The agency relationship is based on one person representing the interests of another person. Real Estate Agents are licensed by the state to represent a person in the purchase or sale of a property. The responsibility of the real estate agent is defined by the state law relating to agents, the REALTORS® Code of Ethics, and general principles of agency law.

The type of relationship formed between the agent and the client is called a fiduciary relationship. A fiduciary relationship is one based on trust because the agent owes the following duties to the client: Loyalty, Obedience, Diligence, Disclosure, Confidentiality, Accountability & Reasonable
Skill & Care.

We offer three possible types of agency relationships: Buyers, Seller’s Agent/Listing Agent and Dual Agent.


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