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What Is Exclusive Right to Sell?

Should you use an exclusive right-to-sell agreement when selling your next property? Use this guide to decide.

[Updated: Feb 04, 2021 ] Aug 08, 2020 by Aly J. Yale
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Pros Cons
  • Your agent is motivated to work hard and sell the home.
  • It means less work for you.
  • You might see a faster or higher-priced sale because of it
    • You'll pay a commission no matter what.
    • Your returns will take a hit.
    • You can't tap your network or other agents for buyer leads.