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In NYC they have a rule where they must expose the name of their buyer to a listing agent in order to schedule an appointment - what do you think? Section 6. Recording of Customer Names. A Co-Broker must advise the Exclusive Agent of the names of Customers of such Co-Broker when scheduling appointments for them to visit the Exclusive Property. The Exclusive Agent shall record the names of all such Customers in the registry maintained by the Exclusive Agent. If any such Customer fails to visit the Exclusive Property after the Customer’s name is recorded, or if the appointment is canceled, the Exclusive Agent shall delete that Customer’s name from its registry.
As a buyer's agent when presenting an offer to a listing agent that involves 203K Financing is it honest, ethical, fraudulent to just present the price that the seller will receive without mentioning the 203K amount that will be requested on top of that....some agents I have spoken to say that the minute they mention the full amount and that it must appraise the seller says wait a minute if it will appraise at the higher I want that money and other agents say it is not the seller's business they only need to know the net to them.
This might be a topic for another post, but related to this discussion, should NAR be advertising directly to the consumer? I don't see other professional associations like the AMA, AIA, NRA, advertising directly to the consumer. The advertising I see is from their members.