Asked by Lb, Los Angeles, CA • Tue Mar 25, 2008
I recently went into escrow on a condo that I found myself without the help of an agent. After a few months online, I went to the condo complex's sales office and made an offer, which was eventually accepted. In that transaction I made the offer to the real estate agent that was representing all the units in the building. Now as I sign disclosures, there is a form I have been asked to fill out that says that the real estate agency is representing both the buyer and the seller. Should I sign this? They have not done anything for me, and simply took my offer and presented it to the developer. They did not help me negotiate price or get a good deal at all. Also, hidden in a mold disclosure form is a provision saying I agree to pay them $250 upond closing as a service fee. I thought they were paid by the seller. Is this normal / customary? I dont want to pay it. Theis is all getting a little fishy and I wonder how to handle it. Any thoughts?
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