I assume you mean "transaction broker, " a form of representation in KS that is not "agency." Here's what the law says: The transaction broker protects the confidences of both parties:
If the transaction is the sale of one to four residential units or the sale of agricultural real estate, the following information shall not be disclosed by a transaction broker without the consent of all parties:
1)that a buyer is willing to pay more than the purchase price offered for the property
2)that a seller is willing to accept less than the asking price for the property
3)what the motivating factors are for any party buying or selling the property
4)that a seller or buyer will agree to financing terms other than those offered; or
any information or personal confidences about a party to the transaction which might place the other party at an advantage over the party, unless the disclosure is required by law or failure to disclose such information would constitute fraudulent misrepresentation.
Keller Williams, Topeka, KS