Below is a list of various forms used in different real estate transactions. Understanding what you are signing is very important so that you do not enter a legally-binding agreement you didn't want to be a part of. If you need help understanding any of these forms, don't hesitate to contact Kristie Moeller at 905 845 9180 or by email at email@example.com.
Buyer Representation Agreement
The Buyer Representation Agreement works in favour of buyers, guaranteeing the very best in real estate service. The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO), a public agency formed to protect consumers and regulate the industry, introduced guiding principles mandating that REALTORS® ask their clients to sign a Written Representation Agreement at the earliest possible time.
When choosing representation, homebuyers have the option to sign either a Buyer Representation Agreement or a Buyer Customer Service Agreement. Below are details of each.
The Buyer Representation Agreement signifies that for a designated period of time, the buyer has engaged a specific REALTOR® firm to work exclusively on his or her behalf at finding a property. The agreement confirms the REALTOR®’s commitment to make his or her best efforts for the buyer.
By signing the Buyer Customer Service Agreement the buyer acknowledges the Broker has provided him/her with written information explaining agency relationships including Seller Representation, Sub-Agency, Buyer Representation, Multiple Representation and Customer Service.
Buyers Representation Agreement
Buyer Customer Service Agreement
If you need more explanation about these documents, or any other help regarding buying or selling a home in Oakville or Burlington, call Kristie Moeller, Sales Representative at 905 845 9180 or direct at 289 937 6969. You can also email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will help take all the confusion out of the process, and actually make it an enjoyable experience for you.