Nc Real Estate Listing Agreement Form

A real estate agent contract in North Carolina is a contract between a broker and the person he represents (client or client). By signing a list agreement, both parties commit to complying with the obligations and obligations set out in the list. The agent must list, promote and market his clients` real estate in order to sell it at a fair price. In exchange for their services, the agent receives a commission as soon as the sale is completed. A commission is a percentage of the sale price and can be negotiated before a listing agreement is signed. In most cases, an agent insists on an exclusive right-to-sell listing agreement that allows the broker to claim a commission, even if the seller finds a buyer outside of the broker`s help. Agency Disclosure Form (21 NCAC 58A .0104 (c)) – All real estate agents must present a copy of the publication “Working with Real Estate Agents” to a potential client on the first contact before they can represent the person. Search for a licensee – Search for brokerage using the North Carolina Real Estate Commission`s Licensees Database. Double Ice Agency (21 NCAC 58A .0104 (d)) – Both parties need written consent if a broker wants to take over both buyers and sellers in a real estate transaction. Real Estate Information Statement (No. 47E-4) – Sellers of real estate must disclose property defects and other conditions to an interested buyer.

A standard real estate disclosure statement is provided by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.

Posted Sunday, December 13th, 2020 at 7:07 am
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