Key Advice for Home Buyers

When visiting a property without your agent, it's crucial to inform the listing agent that you are already represented by your own agent in your purchase. This upfront disclosure is essential. If the listing agent proceeds to act as a transaction broker, representing both sides of the transaction, you won't be able to retroactively add your representative after the showing. It's important to note that a transaction broker does not provide full disclosure; they operate with limited confidentiality and disclosure.

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