Is there a possibility that you can have an agreement with two different agents for the same property. One for rental and second for sale

Asked by aurorajavaarchitect, Walnut Creek, CA Wed Oct 24, 2012

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Rick Lyngaas, Agent, Dunn, WI
Wed Oct 24, 2012
Yes. They are two very different functions.
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Matthew Heit…, Agent, Stoughton, WI
Wed Oct 24, 2012
Yeah, I thought that the response from Ron was a bit over the top too. I guess it depends on what the circumstances were, but the example from Bill E. makes sense.
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Judi Monday,…, Agent, Green Valley, AZ
Mon Dec 22, 2014
Absolutely, as they are two different kinds of functions.
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Bill E, Home Owner, Madison, WI
Wed Oct 24, 2012
That is what makes for a VIP: Ridicule and a realtor's legal opinion.

In our state, the would be practicing law w/o a license, grounds for discipline and/or revocation.

Try this scenario : unit is for rent or sale. Rental agent doesn't have a real estate license, only rents property. Realtor, preferably one with social skills and the ability to communicate clearly, is working on a purchase. Offer falls thru (financing, can't agree on $$, whatever). Buyer (now "Tenant-to-Be") goes back to rental agent and signs a lease.

Done.
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Ron Thomas, Agent, Fresno, CA
Wed Oct 24, 2012
This has got to be one of the most ridiculous questions ever!

Why would you WANT to?
This is undoubtedly grounds for litigation.
What are you accomplishing?
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