Common Listing Agreement Clauses

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A listing agreement is a written agreement between the owner of a property and the real estate broker they select to sell it. A listing agreement typically gives the broker the exclusive right to sell the property for the duration of the agreement. If the broker is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the listing agreement must include the following items:

  • a beginning and end date of the agreement
  • the price at which the property will be offered for sale
  • the amount of compensation to be paid to the broker, which is generally a percentage of the sale price

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Authorization for the broker to cooperate with other agents as sub-agents of the seller and with buyer’s agents on any exceptions to the agreement, such as a list of any buyers. The seller may have negotiated prior to listing.

The agreement will also typically state activities the broker will conduct on the seller’s behalf to market the property. Once a broker produces a willing and able buyer, assuming all conditions of the listing agreement are met, the seller owes the broker the compensation described in the agreement.

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