What is a brokerage agreement?
A brokerage agreement is a type of contract wherein one party agrees to act as a sales agent of another, who is called the principal.
How do you break a contract with a broker?
For these reasons, the best way to go about canceling a contract with a Realtor is to simply call the broker and explain your desire to end the contract with their agent. Many reputable brokers who wish to stay in your good graces (and with the community's) will let you out of the contract.
Can an agent make a contract?
When an agent makes a contract for the principal concealing the fact that s/he is an agent, the principal can claim all the benefits of the contract from the other contracting party, so far as the principal does not cause any injury to the other party.
What is a broker protection clause?
A broker protection clause, also referred to as a safety clause or extender clause, is a contingency found in listing agent contracts. This clause says that in certain situations, the seller will pay the listing agent commission fees even if the home sells after their listing has expired.