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Article:DOJ Sues NAR Over Wrong MLS Listings Policy
 
I strongly feel that the broker that opts out of inputting his listings in all MLS Websites is doing their seller a big diservice. This to me reeks of trying to sandbag the listing for themselves without co-broke. How then can the seller's property be exposed to the best possible buyers? Wouldn't this behavior on the part of a listing be interpreted in not wanting to offer co-broke compensation? commission. Secondly every buyer has the right to reprentation and if buyers are not aware of this listing, then how can the listing broker expose the listing to the most credible buyers?

Fran MacDonald
franmacdonald@comcast.net
self
Hooksett NH





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