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Why not, if they are happy with you they will be willing to put it in writing.
I have been working with the same agent for my investments for 15 years now, no agreement, I am just loyal, and he is very good at what he does.
I would try and tie that person up as much as I could
Sure, if that's what you normally do with your other customers.
Larry Adams You should because you can bet the investor is working with other agents.
We always did that. We had a very simple agreement, easy to cancel, easy to sign, and it worked. A
I find that with investors if you take control and bring them a great opportunity they did not know about, they will work with you until you mess up.
I do get the EBA, but I also make sure I never have to bring it up and they call me regardless on having it signed or not.
If this person knows what they are doing they will kick you and your EBA to the curb.
If the investor is a rookie, you may both end up wasting each others time.
I would suggest if you BRING VALUE the investor, ANY investor, will do business with you and anyone else who brings value. What you propose, without revealing your value actually is detrimental (opposite of value) to the investor.
It is always nice to have an exclusive arrangement with investors but some will not agree to that arrangement.
Develop the trust and confidence that will bring them back to you time after time.
You can modify the agreement to apply to only the properties you show them. Most of the developers here work with more than one agent - at least the larger ones. If you bring them a property and they buy it, they will usually agree to list it with you when it's finished.
I would ensure you are the buyer representative so they do not go around you.