As a rule, the percentage of the commission is between 2% and 5% of the selling price. No, there is no form for this purpose. Previous agency disclosure forms have resulted in abuse and misunderstandings about the nature of these forms and their purpose. Do not confuse this presentation with written communication about brokerage services. Yes, it doesn`t matter if you represent the seller in this situation. However, you must make it clear to this new customer that you cannot disclose confidential information provided by your former customer to them unless that customer agrees to the disclosure of this information to the seller. While the buyer may only have a limited amount of confidential information that would be of interest to the seller, it should be noted that information regarding factual defects in the property is not considered confidential under the Code of Ethics or the Real Estate Licensing Act. Therefore, if you have received essential information about the property during the representation of your former buyer customer, you must disclose this information to the seller and any subsequent buyer of the property during your replacement of the seller. If a contract is subsequently performed by your selling client and that potential buyer, a written rating is provided in the “Broker Information” section of TREC contracts to find out who you represent. Annexed items are usually included in the property, while unrelated goods are not. If a buyer wishes to have included an unconnected thing in the purchase of the property, such as the garage door opener or mounting equipment for the central vacuum system, he must include it in his offer to purchase. .

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