New Standard Form Toolkits Available for Three Fee Agreement Forms
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BCREA has created three new toolkits on the Standard Forms Resource Centre to help enhance REALTOR® knowledge of the following three fee agreement forms:
- Fee Agreement Buyer Pays (Buyer and Seller Not Represented)
- Fee Agreement Buyer Pays (Seller Represented Buyer Not Represented)
- Fee Agreement Seller Pays (Buyer and Seller Not Represented)
All three toolkits include a form guide, that reviews the purpose of the form, who should use it, and when it should be used, a preview of the form, a how-to-complete guide and frequently asked questions about the form. The FAQs cover questions around what to do if the buyer or seller does not agree to the fee agreement, and what other forms Realtors need to complete when working with unrepresented parties in a transaction.
To access all form toolkits including the fee agreement toolkits, click the button below:
Standard form toolkits
Did you know, BCREA has over 40 standard form toolkits on the Standard Forms Resource Centre? Each toolkit is an interactive training guide aimed at providing you with important information about the form and guiding you and your clients on completing the form! Learn how to navigate the form toolkits by watching this short video.
For an overview of the numerous Standard Forms resources available, including form guides, revision guides, videos for Realtors and consumers, form toolkits and more, please refer to the Standard Forms Resources Index. If you have questions on Standard Forms, please email [email protected].
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