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I have no issues with "Limited Agency" (sometimes referred to as Dual Agency), if everything is disclosures and each client got what they want, why not?
On another note: it is much easier for me to represent both principals.
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When I was a client I loved it, much more efficient, less squabbling between the agents.
Cesar Contreras - it is the agreement between the two parties - and they should know the pros and cons.
I personally do not do limited agency as I give full service and that is my business model and feel it is best for all.
Depends on who you ask.
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It a great idea for those who understand what limited agency is and are experienced and educated accordingly.
It a very bad idea for those whose only parameter is to save a few dollars. These unprepared folks will be the most vocal when the sweet words of dollars saved turn bitter realizing, 'they didn't know."
Cesar Contreras It doesn't matter what I think. The client has to determine what is best for their situation.
All state laws are different! Brokers must choose what is an acceptable business practice for them!
It is a horrible idea. A client should often want and have 100% attention and representation for the best results.
Check state law to see if it is allowed.
we select a side and we stay there....no dual agency for us...
We don't have it in Oklahoma.
I don't think it's good for anyone.
Follow the rules in your state.
We don't do it.
I don't do limited agency.