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An owner who has just terminated her list with another real estate agent asked me to sell her property. The parties terminated their list with the termination agreement (TAR 1410) and the owner agreed to pay a fee to her former broker if she sells the property within the next two months to a designated party. Can I still receive a commission if it sells to that party within that time? TAR 1102 Residential Real Listing Agreement Exclusive Right to Lease is designed for the rental of 1-4 family apartments, including condominiums, townhouses and terraced houses. The corresponding additives can be attached. While Texas REALTORS® has made reasonable efforts to collect and prepare the materials contained here, due to the rapidly changing nature of the real estate market and the law, and our dependence on information from external sources, Texas REALTORS® does not provide any guarantee, guarantee or guarantee as to the accuracy or reliability of the information provided here. Any legal or other information found on this page or on other websites to which we link must be verified before you trust it. First name Name e-mail Please indicate a valid email address. Phone (optional) Object (optional) Message I agree to receive emails containing real estate information on this site. I understand that I can unsubscribe at any time. Send an e-mail The Texas Listing Agreement is a legal document executed by a real estate owner and real estate agent, the real estate agent being authorized to sell or lease the owner`s property for a commission. The contract form should describe the property and its location, the list price, the broker`s and seller`s obligations, the broker`s remuneration and the expiry date. A seller and broker will most often enter into an exclusive listing agreement that will give the broker the exclusive power to sell the property on behalf of the owner. Alternatively, the broker may accept an open listing agreement (also known as a “non-exclusive” agreement) that allows the owner to lease several real estate agents for the sale of the property and pay only commissions to the retained broker.
It is an illusion that the texas status of “non-disclosure” status means that a listing broker does not need to disclose sales data to their MLS. It`s not true. Rather, it means that the state government, including local assessment districts, cannot compel anyone to provide the sale price.