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California Real Estate Agent Listing Agreement

A California real estate agent listing agreement is a contract that grants an agent the authority to sell an owner's property. The agreement usually covers exclusivity and the potential commission earned.
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Agency Disclosure

No standardized form. California agents must disclose to potential clients the agency relationship or type of representation established upon entering the real estate transaction.

This information must be provided by the agent in the form of a written disclosure drafted in accordance with state law. The disclosure must be signed by the seller and attached to the listing agreement.[1][2]

Dual Agency

Legal in California. The buyer must also sign the Agency Disclosure Form.[2]

Transfer Disclosure Statement

Transfer disclosure statement must be completed by the seller when transferring ownership of specific types of residential property in California.[3]

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