Disclosure of Representation in Trading Services
Step 1 – Understand your rights as a consumer in a Real Estate Transaction
Before speaking with us regarding your real estate needs it important that you review and understand the different types of representation your realtor can provide when providing real estate services. Prior to speaking with us regarding your needs in respect of real estate, financial qualifications or your motivation please understand that we must review and explain to you the “Disclosure of Representation in Trading Services Form”.
This form clearly outlines what it means to be represented as a “Client” or as an “Unrepresented Party”. This is NOT a contract and does not bind you to work with us.LEARN MORE
As a consumer if you choose to be in a real estate transaction as an unrepresented party all Licensees are required to provide a document that explains the risks associated with that type of relationship. The form is called “Disclosure of Risks to Unrepresented Parties”.
Below is a snapshot of the main differences between the two types of representation:
Step 2 – Let’s chat over coffee or the phone to discuss the type of representation you would like and bring you one step closer to finding your dream home.
NOTE: This is not a contract and does not bind you in any way in working with me. This process is super important to us because it builds upon the foundation of our business which is Trust, Ethics, Honesty and Kindness.
So if you have similar beliefs and are ready to take the next step or have any questions regarding Real Estate please contact us.
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REENA DULEY: 604-230-5155
KASH GILL: 778-668-2461