Table of Contents
- 1 What is an open rental listing?
- 2 What is an open listing in real estate?
- 3 Does an open listing need to be in writing?
- 4 Are open listings legal?
- 5 Does an open listing need to contain an expiration date?
- 6 Why do open listings discourage broker cooperation?
- 7 Do open listings have an expiration date?
- 8 What type of listing does not need to contain an expiration date?
- 9 What is exclusive selling?
- 10 Which deed offers the greatest protection?
- 11 What are the two most common forms of compensation that brokers use?
What is an open rental listing?
Property owners have several options for listing their property for sale. They may choose an open listing, which allows any agent to show and sell their property. This non-exclusive listing agreement allows the owner to secure the services of several brokers at the same time.
What is an open listing in real estate?
Open Listing: A contractual agreement under which the listing broker acts as the agent or as the legally recognized non-agency representative of the seller(s), and the seller(s) agrees to pay a commission to the listing broker only if the property is sold through the efforts of the listing broker. (
Does an open listing need to be in writing?
Does an open listing need to be in writing? All real estate contracts need to be in writing, so they can be enforceable. There are some legal precedents in which a court enforces an oral real estate agreement, but to do so takes time and resources while it’s litigated in the court system.
Are open listings legal?
The use of options, net listings, and guaranteed sales is neither illegal nor unethical in California so long as a full disclosure of the licensee’s involvement in the transaction and the legal effect of such an agreement are explained to the persons with whom the licensee is transacting business.
Does an open listing need to contain an expiration date?
As we said earlier, a termination date is required by law in an exclusive listing agreement in California, although the listing period can be whatever the seller and the listing agent agree to. Of course, a listing agreement may terminate before its termination date even without a sale of the property.
Why do open listings discourage broker cooperation?
Real estate agents may be reluctant to take on an open listing because of the lack of commitment by the seller to work with them exclusively. The arrangement stands to benefit the seller by offering them versatility and more options in finding potential buyers.
Do open listings have an expiration date?
Listings must have an expiration date. Listing contracts can be anywhere from three months to nine months. Remember, the agreement is between the seller and the brokerage company or managing broker and death of either one of those parties would terminate the listing agreement.
What type of listing does not need to contain an expiration date?
An open listing does not need to contain an expiration date. ____ 5. A listing agent must disclose to the seller the brokerage fee he will receive on a net listing: a.
What is exclusive selling?
In an exclusive listing, only one broker is specifically authorized to act as the exclusive agent of the seller. That means one broker has the sole right to market, show, and sell the property; other brokers are excluded from trying to sell the property while the agreement is active.
Which deed offers the greatest protection?
A warranty deed is a document often used in real estate that provides the greatest amount of protection to the purchaser of the property. The deed pledges or warrants that the owner owns the property free and clear of any outstanding liens, mortgages, or other encumbrances.
What are the two most common forms of compensation that brokers use?
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|As a listing agent, in most cases your listing will be sold by||a cooperating broker|
|What is the term given to assigned office duty?||Floor Time|
|What are the two most common forms of compensation that brokers use?||Salary or a percentage of the commission|