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Section 4: MLS Participation by Brokers Acting as Agents of Potential Purchasers

Section 4: MLS Participation by Brokers Acting as Agents of Potential Purchasers

Since the MLS is an association service by which the participants make a blanket unilateral offer of compensation to the other participants with respect to listings for which they are an agent, no association or association MLS may make or maintain a rule which would preclude an individual or firm, otherwise qualified, from participating in an association MLS solely on the basis that the individual or firm functions, to any degree, as the agent of potential purchasers under a contract between the individual (or firm) and the prospective purchaser (client). However, in instances where the participant is representing the potential purchaser as an agent, the participant cannot function simultaneously as the subagent of the listing broker without buyer and seller consent or as provided by state law; cannot accept compensation from the listing broker without the express consent of all parties to the transaction; and must make his true position clearly known to all interested parties at first contact. (Amended 11/96) M