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What’s the difference between a buyer’s REALTOR and a seller’s REALTOR?

A buyer’s REALTOR is legally obligated to operate at all times in the best interest of the buyer.

A listing, or seller’s REALTOR has similar responsibilities, only with the seller’s concerns at the forefront. And if a REALTOR represents both the buyer and seller in negotiations, this is known as dual representation.

Real estate professionals are required to disclose exactly who they represent in a transaction. But it’s always smart to discuss the pros and cons of various types of representation with your REALTOR - including dual agency – to ensure that you understand what’s best for your specific situation.

The Perils of Sell-It Yourself
By Douglas A. Gray

Real Estate - The Perils of Sell-It Yourself
Real Estate - The Perils of Sell-It Yourself

Hidden Fees
When Making An Offer

Hidden Fees When Making An Offer
Hidden Fees When Making An Offer

How To Prepare For
An Open House

How To Prepare For An Open House
How To Prepare For An Open House
Kathy Robinson, Broker of Record, Coach House Realty

Kathy Robinson

Broker of Record

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Established 1978

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