New Video Explains the Co-Listing Form - Joint Representation to Clients
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BCREA has created a new video to help REALTORS® explain the Co-Listing Form - Joint Representation to their clients. This form is used to amend a Listing Contract when the sellers want the property to be listed jointly by more than one brokerage.
This video explains the specific terms of the Co-Listing Form- Joint Representation, factors that may determine when sellers should enter a Co-Listing with joint representation and the potential benefits of joint representation. This video also clarifies the designated agents' fiduciary duties to all of the sellers and situations where the form may not be appropriate for use or in the best interest of the sellers.
If you want to learn more about the Co-Listing Form - Joint Representation, there is a toolkit available on the Standard Forms Resource Centre (REALTOR Link® login required). As with BCREA Standard Form toolkits, this toolkit includes an introduction to the form, frequently asked questions (FAQs) such as:
- How will commissions be split between the various brokerages in a co-listing?
After you've enrolled in the toolkit, click "start learning now" to access the form materials and FAQs.
To access all Standard Forms resources available, including form guides, revision guides, videos for Realtors and consumers, form toolkits and more, please visit the Standard Forms Resource Centre.
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