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2. Your agent is willing to do “dual agency” because it will make it easier for him to get you a contract. He:

An agent who does dual agency represents a buyer and seller in the same transaction. In other words, an agent who becomes a dual agent can no longer represent either the seller or buyer’s interests and instead becomes an administrative intermediary, and in the process, can double his commission.

An agent who does dual agency represents a buyer and seller in the same transaction. In other words, an agent who becomes a dual agent can no longer represent either the seller or buyer’s interests and instead becomes an administrative intermediary, and in the process, can double his commission.

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