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Sure it is appropriate. After closing the only duty that survives is confidentiality.
Richie - I would have to agree with Kathleen Luiten. My understanding is our fiduciary never ends, but we cannot control any interaction between former and new owners once the transaction is complete.
Sure Richie, why not. It is a small world and I have bumped into the clients of others after the closing.
I come with the house, I'm never "done" with the deal or the clients. I generally end up being friends with clients.
It is done' all the time. When all is said and done...no issues.
Fiduciary responsibility doesn't end but you're not responsible for any interactions between the parties after closing unless you are party to it. So wear your agent hat if you are interacting with the parties even after closing.
Sure, lots of times they have useful information about contractors or appliance warranties.