Asked by Eileen, 78728 • Thu May 20, 2010
From everything I have read, and been told, my Realtor (the one who is helping me find a house to buy) legally works for the seller, and MUST do what he can to insure the best deal for the SELLER, UNLESS I pay the commission.
However, According to the agreement I signed for the Realtor, he represents me.
Specifically it says "negotiate in your favor to help you secure the property at the best possible price and terms".
However, the seller is paying the commission.
So does this Realtor really represent me, or is he obligated (by Texas Law) to really work on behalf of the best deal for the seller?
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