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Asked on: 11/22/11, 2:46 pm

Does the property owner have to be provided a copy of the listing agreement?

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Answered on: 11/22/11, 5:14 pm by Miriam Jacobson

If I understand your question, and I assume you mean the person who is selling the property, the property owner is the ONLY person who can enter into a listing agreement with a Realtor. So, yes, the property owner is the one who signs the listing, and therefore should have a copy of the listing agreement signed also by the Realtor/Agent.

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