What should the consumer understand about agency disclosure?
Agency, Disclosures, and Other Ticking Time-bombs - by Blanche Evans Realty Times
The content of the disclosure is specified by California Civil Code and therefore can be displayed. Read the content of the Agency Disclosure form. The actual form is copyrighted material. Creekside Realty is able to forward a copy of this form to potential clients by email. Request AD-11
If you want to
read more, portions of the California Civil Code are available here.
Remember this is not just the individual agent you are working with but ALL the agents working for the same broker. This greatly increases the likelihood of this conflict, especially in a hot seller's market with multiple buyers making offers on most properties. Some real estate firms have only one broker for many offices. A major advantage of working with an independent brokerage sure as Creekside Realty is you the consumer can minimize or eliminate this conflict of interest.
Because this form is not specified by California Civil Code and because the form is copyrighted by California Association of REALTORS we are prohibited from publishing the form here. However, Creekside Realty can send this form to potential clients by email. Request DA-11