Is Single Agent Dual Agency Bad?

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For most consumers, dual agents should be avoided at all costs. Most buyers and sellers hire a real estate agent for guidance and expertise. When you agree to dual agency, you give up what you want from an agent.

Working with a dual agent can result in limited representation and advocacy for either the buyer or the seller. Since the agent must remain neutral and impartial, they may be unable to provide the support and guidance available when working with an exclusive buyer’s or seller’s agent.

This limited representation can impede the client’s ability to achieve their goals and outcomes in the real estate transaction.

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