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Q: What is a Listing Broker?
Q: Is it necessary to have a Listing Broker?
However you will need to do the following listings yourself for your house to get exposure to buyers:
These are in addition to major home search websites and sub-syndication to over 1,000 minor sites and online classifieds
Q: Can I sell my own home as a FSBO (For Sale By Owner)?
Disadvantages of selling your own home:
Disclaimer concerning Dual Agency
There is a difference in the type of representation a broker can offer. Brokers who take listings guarantee that they will represent the seller, solely. Remember that the listing Broker has signed a contract with the Sellers to represent them, creating a fiduciary duty to the Seller. (Georgia law defines a fiduciary duty as the highest possible duty including, honesty, full disclosure, confidentiality, diligence, reasonable care, loyalty, obedience and accountability.) Some brokers will straddle the line and attempt to represent the buyer and the seller in the same transaction, which will always result in a conflict of interest
As a Broker, Don has a fiduciary duty to you... You will always be his client and never be reduced to customer status when you are working with him. He is legally and ethically bound to work exclusively for you to ensure a swift, accurate and advantageous completion of the transaction.
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