Question: When a listing agent has received multiple offers, what can or can’t be disclosed to a buyer’s agent? Does the REALTORS® Code of Ethics say listing agents can’t disclose the details of the other offers unless all parties involved are given the same information?
Topics: Code of Ethics
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