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Multiple agents on a listing

If there are multiple agents on a listing , how do I determine which one I should go with if all of them contact me ?
  • April 10 2013 - Brewster
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thank you!
  • April 10 2013
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Your choices are wide open... choose the one that you feel will have your interest at heart.  That does not mean the one or either of them if they offer you a deal to work with them.  You want a professional to protect and help you get exactly what you want.... not somebody tied to this deal.  If you are in an area that allows dual agency... fine.. otherwise you will need your own agent. 

Dual agency is not illegal in many states and it can be done at a level of excellence... if the agent is smart.. ethical... and truly understands the dual fiduciary duty.

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If you're talking about a listing on Zillow, the agents that show up on a Zillow listing may not be the actual listing agents. They're agents that work in a specific area and could represent you as the buyer.

Call all three if you wish and work with the agent that's the best fit for you.
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