There are different types of rating agreements that vary depending on the exclusivity of the agreement. REALTORS® works with other brokers, unless cooperation is not in the client`s best interest. The obligation to cooperate does not involve the obligation to share commissions, commissions or other compensations for another broker. (Modified 1/95) [Hearing] REALTORS® cannot refuse to cooperate on the basis of a broker`s race, skin colour, religion, gender, disability, family status, national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity. (Suppose 1/20) Second, the post office or other forms of written invitation from interested parties, whose real estate is listed only with another REALTOR® if these requests are not part of a general mailing, but are specifically addressed to property owners identified by updated offers, “for rent” or “rental” or other sources of information made available to other REALTORS under Article 3 and the rules of the Multiple Listing Service ® outsourced or co-operated. (Modified 1/04) The listing agreement may have a multiple listing clause that allows the broker to list the property on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), which is both an association of brokers and a real estate database provided by brokers participating in the Multiple Listing Service. Only real estate that a broker is allowed to sell exclusively or who is the exclusive agent can be listed in the MLS. All brokers have the right to sell any property on MLS, regardless of the agent who listed it. The broker is the broker who has signed an exclusive right to sell or an exclusive agency list, while the selling broker is the broker who finds a buyer for the property. Brokers who are part of the Multiple Listing Service agree to divide the commission between the listing broker and the sales broker. If the word REALTORS® is used in this code and in this preamble, it is considered UNATEUR-ASSOCIATE®.
In an exclusive agency list, only 1 broker has the right to represent the seller, but the seller has the right to sell his property without the broker and without paying commission. Any changes to compensation for co-operative services must be communicated to the other REALTOR® prior to the date on which REALTOR® made an offer to purchase/lease the property. After a REALTOR® has made an offer to purchase or lease real estate, the broker cannot attempt to unilaterally change the compensation offered for this cooperative transaction.