Arizona Real Estate Agent Listing Agreement

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Updated December 28, 2022

An Arizona real estate agent listing agreement is a contract that establishes conditions under which a real estate agent is authorized to sell an individual’s property. A listing agreement will specify the date the document takes effect as well as the date when the agent’s right to sell the property expires. Other information will be included in the contract such as the agent’s marketing strategies, the holdover period (if any), and the commission to be awarded to the agent for their services. While commission rates are negotiable and will vary depending on the type of property being sold, the commission rate is stated in the listing agreement.

Agency Disclosure (Sample) – Not required.

Dual Agency (R4-28-1101(F)) – Dual agency is legal in Arizona if the agent receives the prior written consent of each party involved in the real estate transaction. To achieve proper consent, the parties must sign the most recent version of the Consent to Limited Representation Form (Sample).

Property Disclosure Statement (Hill v. Jones, 725 P.2d 1115) – Arizona case law has shown that property sellers must disclose certain material defects to potential buyers. The seller may use the above-linked disclosure statement for this purpose.

Search a Licensee – Use this search function to verify the licensee of an Arizona real estate agent.

Sample

Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service VersionAdobe PDF