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Tennessee Real Estate Agent Listing Agreement

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Tennessee Real Estate Agent Listing Agreement

Updated August 02, 2023

A Tennessee listing agreement is a legal document that outlines the relationship between an individual who wishes to sell their property (the principal) and a real estate broker (the agent). In the contract, the two (2) parties must specify the type of agreement, the negotiated duration of the agreement, and the percentage of the sale price that the agent will be awarded as a commission upon sale of the property. Alternatively, the agent’s commission upon sale can be set as a flat dollar amount instead of a percentage. Once the contract has been signed, the agent will be given full authority to act as the seller’s representative in the sale of their property.

Agency Disclosure Form – Not required.

Dual Agency (§ 62-13-402(a)) through § 62-13-404) – Legal in Tennessee.

Property Disclosure Statement – The seller of the property is legally required to provide this disclosure to the buyer unless the buyer signs a document that waives this right.

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Realtor Version

Tennessee Association of Realtors Listing Agreement (Version 2018)PDF