Seller Breach Of Listing Agreement

Real estate, like almost every industry over the past 20 years, is rooted in human interaction, but fueled by technological tools. If the offer is not readily available digitally, it argues in favor of poor agent performance. And since these contracts are bilateral, poor performance is a legitimate reason for termination. Bad photos, which make up a part of all agent marketing, are another justified reason to quit, as photos undoubtedly spark initial interest in a home. The listing agreement may contain a multiple listing clause that allows the broker to list the property in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), which is both an association of brokers and a database of real estate provided by the brokers who participate in the multiple listing service. . . .