‘I only want the listing agent’: What buyers should know about dual agency

The fallacies and problems of working with only one agent
  • Many of today’s buyers think that having the listing agent represent them on a transaction will save them money and fail to consider the importance of having their interests represented exclusively.

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When buyers have the option of working with a buyer’s agent who will represent their interests exclusively or working with the listing agent who has a fiduciary duty to the seller, an increasing number of buyers are choosing the listing agent, especially in overheated markets.