Co-Listing Form – Separate Representation

New Video Explains the Co-Listing Form – Separate Representation to Clients

BCREA has created a new video to help REALTORS® explain the Co-Listing Form – Separate Representation to their clients. This form allows multiple sellers with opposing interests to each have their own designated agent(s) to represent them in the sale of a property.  [iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/hTsWP-9JRJQ” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen style=”position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;” ][/iframe] This video reviews the difference between joint and separate representation, the circumstances under which a client may choose to enter into a co-listing agreement with separate representation, and the potential benefits of this type of arrangement. The

BCREA Explores Four Standard Forms in New Tutorial Videos for REALTORS®

In BCREA’s latest release of tutorial videos for BC REALTORS®, we explore four key standard forms: the Co-Listing Form – Separate Representation, the General Release and Authorization to Pay Deposit Funds form, the Notice of Condition Waiver / Declaration of Fulfillment form, and the Lockbox Acknowledgement, Consent, Release and Indemnity form. These tutorial videos are