section covers general information about co-brokerage opportunities
with us, Q
& A, and a direct means of contacting
Mr. Whitener, Managing Director.
Do I have to agree to allow another broker to co-broker my listings
before I can co-broker their listings?
Answer: No. You have both
signed a "blanket" co-broker agreement that covers
both sides of the co-brokering relationship. If another
broker allows you to co-broker their listings, you are not required
to do the same. In fact, you don't have to select any
brokers or make any of your listings available for
co-brokering in order for you to co-broker the listings to
other brokers. However, if everyone did that, there
would be no listings available for anyone to co-broker.
Can I let a broker co-broker my listings but not have to
co-broker their listings.
Answer: Yes. Of course you are
never required to co-broker any listings. And if you
like, you can easily ignore listings or brokers you are not
interested in working with. For example, you can
"flag" listings that you are "not
interested" in as well as "hide" all listings
from a specific broker.
I have several broker associates that I would like to
co-broker within our own "private" network.
Can this be done?
Yes, easily. All that needs to be done is that
each broker in your private network simply designate each of
the other brokers in your group that they will work
with. Then, any listings submitted by any of the brokers
in your "network" would be available to everyone in
your closed group.
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