Real estate tip: First-time buyer should avoid dual agency

Can one real estate agent represent both parties in a transaction?
Published on Mar 3, 2004

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Yes, it’s called dual agency. Remember, such a situation often poses a conflict of interest. You, the buyer, are vulnerable because the agent’s first loyalty is to the seller. While many such transactions are completed without consequence every year, it ...