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not explaining them correctly to your clients in the first place.
You may have a problem if you fail to provide the required disclosures.
morgan stone - as long as there is a clear understanding between the two - I do not foresee any difficulties.
Not disclosing them properly
Agent or broker is not performing or underperforming - Breach of Duty.
Client or property is not available, or clients will not disclose needed information to move a sale forward.
Disagreements over compensation.
Client wishes to change agents or brokers.
Misrepresentation, Lack of Full Disclosure or Fraudulent Acts.
Life events or personal problems creating inability to perform.
Violation of fiduciary.
Don't fish of the company pier and you should be good! Oh and disclose, disclose, disclose.
If one or more parties do not honor the relationship.
none, if you exercise that task properly.....proper representation...
Disclose who is representing who. Rinse. Repeat.
Your client is working with several agents. Some even tell you whoever finds the home for them will get paid.
morgan stone There shouldn't be any difficulties, if properly disclosed.
Staying away from Dual Agency
Establishing that relationship.
What Patricia Kennedy said!
When in doubt disclose, disclose and disclose.
You need to be more specific in your question.
There should be none depending on the ethics of the agents involved in the transaction!
Not understanding what type of agency relationship you are in and not following the rules for that type of agency.