I'm not going to make a legal comment, as I'm not a lawyer, but I do believe 1) this is a great idea and 2) there is some risk. My first broker/employer did not allow her agents to enter into transactions in which the other party was not represented by a licensed agent or an attorney. Her belief, which I found out later was widely accepted by brokers in our area, was that the person who was licensed always ended up giving at least administrative advice to the other party in order to get the paperwork flowing. Giving even an ounce of advice put the broker at risk if anything at all went south in the deal. Granted, agents on opposite sides of a deal often help each other with reminders about due dates, extra paperwork needed, etc., but it's between licensees. I attended a FSBO open house years ago co-hosted by a buyer's agent - there was a big sign at the entrance disclosing that the agent did not have a listing agreement with the seller and buyers attending were not required to make offers through her. Might be good to consult an attorney for something similar.