Or, for a transaction broker, that perfectly legal place: the middle of the deal.
Representing both sides puts the agent smack-dab at the intersection of honesty, fair dealing, and potentially unreasonable (and un-addressable) expectations. Not only are you managing twice the details, but also double the perceptions.
Even with the deal negotiated and the contract signed, middle ground in the middle of a transaction can be tricky to achieve. Given that in some states such a relationship is not permitted, you may be working with clients who are at best skeptical of the arrangement. In every case, accolades and attaboys can whipsaw into discontent and distrust if the agent isn’t careful each and every step of the way.
Under Florida law, “it…
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