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Maryland Real Estate Agent Listing Agreement

A Maryland real estate agent listing agreement grants an agent permission to sell a property owner’s real estate in exchange for a commission. The agreement addresses vital details, including the listing price, the agent's commission, and the timeframe of the contract.
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Agency Disclosure

Upon the first contact between an agent and buyer or seller, the agent must present an agency disclosure to the individual and have them provide their signature.[1]

Dual Agency

Used to show evidence that a seller and buyer have consented to dual agency. Each party must sign the dual agency disclosure to legitimize the dual agency relationship.[2]

Property Disclosure Statement

The seller of a residential property must complete this property disclosure statement and provide it to buyers. The disclosure is intended to inform buyers of material defects affecting the seller’s property (if any).[3]

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