Asked Realtor What I thought to do is put the house for sale with an agent and, at the same time, put the house up for sale. I tried to go with one, but I'm not having any luck in finding prospective buyer / tenant. So I thought of putting it up for rent and for sale at the same time. I do not want to put the house for rent for two different agents. Each agent is responsible for rent / sale respectively. Today I learned that … If you are looking at renting a property and listed by two agents, that is not your concern. If the inclusion of a rental property and want to use two agents of inclusion, not think it is legally possible. It's certainly not ethical. When you list with an agent receives a commission to find a tenant, you must have signed a contract with him. And, therefore, in case that prevents it with another agent. If you made a list of the agent with a listing contract and then appears with agent B and agent B found a tenant, I believe that legally must complete his commission agent, and agent B.
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