Asked by Maddernhell, Tioga County, PA • Sun May 3, 2009
Somehow my questions I had posted prior were deleated, not sure why or how.
Anyways, we have a standard residential sales contract in which the listing broker appointed an agent for seller and a subagent of seller both of whom work for the listing broker.
Pennsylvania Act 112 The new 'agency' law, Nov. 1998.....states:
""Subagent." A broker, not in the employ of the listing broker, who is engaged to act for or cooperate with the listing broker in selling property as an agent of the seller. A subagent is deemed to have an agency relationship with the seller."
""Dual agent." A licensee who acts as an agent for the buyer and seller or lessee and landlord in the same transaction."
My question is; if there is only one broker is this considered dual agency?
I have contacted the broker and they have refused to answer my questions.
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