An open list allows homeowners to sell their homes themselves. This is a non-exclusive agreement, i.e. the owner can make open offers with more than one real estate agent. You then only pay the broker who brings a buyer with a second offer, postal or other forms of written invitation of interested people whose real estate is exclusively listed with another REALTOR® if such requests are not part of a general mailing, but are specifically identified to owners by updated offers, “for sale” or “for rent” signs or other sources of information are made available in the rules of Article 3 and Multiple Service List®. (Modified 1/04) When entering into list contracts, REALTORS® seller/renter of: Copyright 2021, National Association of REALTORS®, must inform all rights reserved. Form 166-288-21 (01/21 VG) If a notice of value or price is written differently from a listing or support to a potential buyer in formulating an offer to purchase, the notice contains the following, unless the party seeking the notice requires a certain type of report or other data set: REALTORS® before or after the termination of their relationship with their current business, cannot induce the customers of their current company to terminate exclusive contractual agreements between the client and that company. This does not prevent REALTORS® (Prinzipale) from entering into exclusive contract assignment agreements with its related licensees. (Adopted 1/98, modified 1/10) Section 15 (Case Interpretations for Section 15) REALTORS® must not, knowingly or lightly, make false or misleading statements about other real estate professionals, their businesses or business practices. (Modified 1/12) [Hearing] Section 16 does not prevent REALTORS ® from making general announcements that describe their services and the terms of their availability, even if some recipients have agency agreements or other exclusive relationships with another REALTOR®.
General telephone advertising, generalized mailing or distribution to all interested parties in a geographic area or profession, business, club or other group is considered “general” for the purposes of this Standard. (Modified 1/04) REALTORS® who intend to share or sell information collected on the internet, reveals this possibility in an appropriate and easily identifiable way. (Adopted 1/07) The article 17 conciliation obligation includes disputes between REALTORS® (adjudicating entities) in different states, in different cases: without an established inter-communal arbitration agreement, REALTOR® (primary arbitrator) who seeks arbitration agrees to submit to the jurisdiction, to travel, in which he participates and is bound by an arbitral award resulting, carried out by the respondents` association in the ®, in cases where the respondent`s (s) realtor groups® finds that there is an arbitrator problem. (Adopted 1/07) The requirement to present a real image in advertising, marketing and representations allows REALTORS® only to use and display specialized titles, certifications and other registration information to which they are entitled. (Adopted 1/08) REALTORS® is not subject to disciplinary proceedings in more than one REALTORS board of directors® or an affiliated institution, company or board, in which they are members of alleged violations of the code of ethics regarding the same transaction or event. (Modified 1/95) Specific non-contractual disputes subject to Arbitration Procedures under Article 17 are: REALTORS® which acts as a buyer/tenant representative or broker, must submit to buyers/tenants all offers and counter-offers until they are accepted, but are not required to continue to present real estate to their clients after accepting an offer, unless there is a written agreement to the contrary.