How to determine realtor/realty that represented buyer?

Asked by Fractious, Wayne, NJ Thu Oct 16, 2008

In NJ is there a way for a realtor (or average joe) to determine who the realtor or realty was that represented the buyer for a home that is under contract or recently sold?

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terryriw53, Agent, Sewell, NJ
Thu Oct 16, 2008

REALTORS can view this information through their MLS. However, this information is of little use to the average buyer. I'd be interested to know why you would want to know this, unless the reason for it is that you made a similar offer for the property and were told that another buyer beat you out and you want to know if the other buyer is represented by the same agent that yoiu thought was working for you. If this is the case, did you sign a buyer agency agreement with your agent?
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John Davis, Agent, Caldwell, NJ
Thu Oct 16, 2008
This one is easy for REALTORS that are members of the MLS. Send me the property address and i'll send you the information. I would also love to hear why this information is so useful to a home buyer!


John W. Davis Jr., VREP
RE/MAX Village Square - Upper Montclair

Office: 973-509-2222 x174
Fax: (973) 486-2137

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Marc Paolella, Agent, Succasunna, NJ
Thu Oct 16, 2008
Hi Frac,

Contact me through my profile, I'll let you know.

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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Thu Oct 16, 2008

Since the listing agent is widely publicized through the MLS information and advertising, one suggestion is to contact the listing agent.

Good luck
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Jeremy S. Hi…, , Cherry Hill, NJ
Thu Oct 16, 2008
This is easy for us REALTORS. All we do is look on the MLS in which we are a member of. Membership has its priviledges.
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