The sponsored licensee acting for both the buyer and the seller in the same transaction
Brokers cooperating with each other
The broker representing diffferent principals
The brokerage firm listing and selling the same property
The principals are not aware of such action.
The broker is a subagent rather than the agent of the seller.
Commissions are collected from both parties.
Both parties have been informed in writing and have agreed to the dual representation.
The broker is obligated to render faithful service to the principal.
It is acceptable for the broker to disclose the seller's minimum price.
The broker should present to the seller only the highest offer for the property.
The broker can accept an offer on behalf of the seller.
Guarantee a prospective buyer that the seller will accept an offer at the listed price and terms.
Solicit an offer to purchase the property from a prospective buyer.
Advise a prospective buyer of the best manner of taking title to the property.
Change the terms of the listing contract on behalf of the seller.
The broker has violated his agency relationship with the seller.
The broker was unethical, but the seller did sell her property.
The broker acted properly to obtain a quick offer on the property.
Any broker is authorized to encourage such bids for the property.
Had never advertised in this newspaper anyway.
Must obey the lawful instructions of his principal.
Was not intending to advertise the property at all.
Is allowed to advertise only in local newspapers.
Commission can be adjusted up or down according to the agent's efforts.
Agent has fiduciary obligations to the principal.
Terms of the listing contract require the agent to do so.
Terms of the purchase contract require the agent to do so.
Notify the seller that the defect must be repaired.
Arrange for the repairs himself or herself.
Inform any prospective buyers of the defect.
Contact the city building inspector about the defect.
The selling of another's property by an authorized agent
The rules of the state's regulatory body
The principles that govern one's conduct in business
The rules of law that define the responsibilities of an agent to the principal.
A general agent.
A special agent.
A universal agent.
Submit the offer from the agent in his office first
Submit both offers at the same time
Submit the higher offer first
Submit the offer from the other agent first
The local real estate board.
Negotiations with the sponsoring broker.
Personally listed the property.
Uses the employing broker's name in the advertisement.
Personally pays for the advertisement.
Is a member of the local real estate board.
A monthly salary or hourly wage.
Company-provided health insurance.
A company-provided automobile.
Negotiated commissions on transactions.
The local real estate board.
Minimums based on the property type.
Report the landowner to the real estate licensing authorities.
File a lien against the landowner's remaining lots.
Sue the seller based on an open listing.
Has a direct contractual relationship with the owners of the unit.
Acts on behalf of the sponsoring broker.
Acts on behalf of the condominium association.
Must find a buyer for the unit to obtain a share of the commission.