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Fair Trading Agency Agreement

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They sign an agency contract with them which is a legally binding contract and re-payment them a fee, usually in the form of a commission. Look for a broker It`s a good idea to talk to at least three real estate agents. Make sure they know the environment. Compare their commissions, other fees, marketing plans and charts when selling in your suburb. As this person works for you, it is important to evaluate them thoroughly. Check that they are duly authorized. Be realistic about the price Don`t just sign with an agent because they give you the most estimated selling price. Look close to home at sales of similar properties – note the selling prices to get an idea of the value of your property. It is against the law that an agent wrongly overestimates the sale price of a property. This can be a dishonest way to influence yourself, to sign with them if you think they will bring you a higher price for your home.

The cooling-off period can only be waived if the agent has provided you with the following documents at least one working day before signing the agency contract: conduct an online license exam under www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au or call 13 32 20. After licensing, agents must comply with different laws that cover things such as how your money is maintained, what information you need to receive, and how auctions are organized. Greg: Being the seller. Yes. And the other requirement is that if the agent does not have an agency contract and sells a person`s house, he can be sued by the Fair Trading Office. Now all the rules define all the prescribed conditions. Normally, an agent would use a commercially prepared agency contract, which defines all these conditions, but the agent must then fulfill the contract. And that`s where the mistakes start to happen…