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General Information

Montana Realtors® are required by Law and/or obligated by our Code of Ethics to make a variety of disclosures to the consumers we serve.  Paramount among these are:  A full disclosure of the types of real estate relationships, duties and services available in Montana; A full disclosure and explanation of the relationships, policies and services offered by that Realtor’s brokerage firm; A disclosure that consumers have the right to determine what services, relationships, and related costs and benefits they wish to accept or decline; An initial disclosure (and on-going disclosures) of the Realtor’s® agency and non-agency relationships, as well as the Brokerage firm’s various agency or non-agency relationships, policies and professional practices.  The purpose of this documentis to allow Consumers an opportunity to acknowledge receipt of these disclosures and to give their informed written consent to one or more combinations of the agency relationships or non-agency relationships described below.  

MONTANA LAWS & LICENSING REGULATIONS. Montana strictly regulates Real Estate Practices and establishes certain Licensee Duties and Consumer Protections.  The first of these that you may benefit from is your opportunity to receive an array of professional real estate services as either a “Customer” (frequently paid for by the Seller) or as a “Client” (frequently paid for by the Client).

Customers are consumers who receive a wide variety of Customer-level services from a Realtor® who is not their Agent or employee
Such a Realtor®-to-Customer relationship is known as a “non-agency relationship”.  This relationship always obligates the Realtor® to work with the Customer by providing Fair Dealing and Honesty in a manner consistent with the Realtor’s® contractual, legal and ethical obligations.
Clients, on the other hand, are consumers who have retained (hired) their own authorized and designated Agent.
Such a Realtor®-to-Client relationship is known as an “agency relationship”.  This relationship requires both Fair Dealing and Honesty of the Realtor® working for the Client, as well as additional "STATUTORY DUTIES".  
(For specific details, see “Relationships and Consents in Real Estate Transactions”, incorporated herein by this reference.)
While the “Relationships and Consents in Real Estate Transactions” document is believed to meet the minimum requirements, our Brokerage firm subscribes to a higher standard of providing the most complete disclosures, recommendations, services and protections permissible.

OUR DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS.  The Brokerage firm’s managing/supervising Broker (hereinafter called the “Broker”) and the “Broker Associate” and/or “Sales Associate” who are providing this document are “working for and acting in the best interest of their Client(s)” as disclosed herein, while making every effort to insure fair and accurate information, services and safeguards are brought to the attention of both Clients and Customers alike.  Customers should be aware that all information revealed to the Agent for another party must be revealed by that Agent to that Agent’s Clients.

AGENCY RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN OUR BROKERAGE.  The undersigned Brokerage Firm is a “Designated Agency Brokerage” and therefore only the Associates and/or Broker that you specifically name and “designate” as “representing” you should be considered to be your Agent(s) and in an Agent-to-Client level relationship with you.  Accordingly all other Licensees affiliated with the Brokerage are not your Agents and, while they may focus their efforts on bringing about a mutually beneficial transaction, they should be viewed as being in a Realtor®-to-Customer relationship with you. If in the course of events your Agent(s) bring forth other parties to the transaction also as their Clients, then you may either consent to a Dual Agency relationship or request what we refer to as an additional “Designated Exclusive Agent” to represent ONLY YOU in that transaction as an In-House Seller Agent Designate or an In-House Buyer Agent Designate. 
 
“Designated Exclusive Agents” are Realtors® affiliated with the same Brokerage firm who, with the informed written consent of the parties, represent either: a Seller exclusively OR a Buyer exclusively in the same specific Real Estate transaction.  In most “Designated Exclusive Agent” transactions, the Broker may become a Dual Agent, but the “Designated Exclusive Agents” are never Dual Agents. 

The choices are yours, but in any event your written informed consent is required to receive either level of service.

GENERAL DISCLOSURES & RECOMMENDATIONS.  The following items are offered for all Seller’s and Buyer’s voluntary consideration and individual protection.  Each potential concern should be considered carefully and resolved to the consumer’s full personal satisfaction prior to entering a binding agreement or consummating any transaction.

Disclosed items of potential concern in all Real Estate transactions include (but are not limited to) the following: radio-active granite, toxic or odorous Chinese drywall, radon gas, radiation, soils evaluations, termite and pest inspections, hazardous substance tests, lead-based paint disclosures, seismic, geologic and archaeological evaluations, all documents of record, evaluation of any and all homeowners, property owners or condo owners associations incorporation documents, by-laws, financial reports, minutes of meetings, dues and assessments, covenant conditions and restrictions, CC&Rs, etc.; tax accountant’s evaluations, availability and cost of insurance, insurance “CLUE” report, independent professional appraisals; zoning official certifications of legal uses, and applicable restrictions, slope restrictions; building official verifications of code compliance and Certificate of Occupancy; official certification of or restrictions on “sensitive land”, “avalanche”, “flood”, wet lands, environmental zones, endangered species designations, or other special land use designations or limitations, Title Co. searches and preliminary ALTA expanded and extended title insurance commitment, and evaluations of the current validity and conveyability of the Property and of any included Water Rights and Shares in any water company stock; access road ownership & maintenance responsibilities; legal opinion regarding water rights, mineral rights, access to property; Special Improvement Districts, potential Liens, taxing or assessment entities (TIF’s, etc.); animal or other specifically desired  rights; an inventory of (and Bills of Sale for) all personal property included; written verification of  all utility taps, stub outs, locations, and pre-paid or pending fees by utility and/or public officials; independent property inspector’s reports (i.e., electrical, plumbing, structural, mechanical, roof, foundations, etc.);  water quality, volume and pressure test certifications; Homeowners Warranty policy inclusion; waste disposal system tested, inspected and evaluated; storm water disposal mitigation plans and requirements, all surface and subsurface paints and materials tested for lead; tests for asbestos, arsenic, microbes, mold, mildew, fungus, meth lab contamination (http://svc2.mt.gov/deq/methquery), or any and all other substances of potential concern; medical advice relating to communicable diseases, paranormal or psychologically impacting considerations, evaluation of Seller’s written Property Condition Disclosure; your personal review and approval of all documents three (3) working days prior to the closing; your personal lawyer(s), accountant(s), and/or personal financial advisors review and evaluation of all the above, together with their evaluation of the entire Buy-Sell Agreement and all other aspects of the property and the purchase arrangements.
Survey and Title Policy: All sellers and all buyers should obtain a current “Improvement and Possession Survey Map” showing the boundaries, structures, fences, corner stakes and significant features of the property being purchased and sold, together with the deeded boundary lines, actual possession boundaries, structures, fences and significant features of all adjoining properties.  All deed corners and points of change in boundary alignment should be steel staked and capped by the Registered surveyor who prepared and certified the “Improvement and Possession Survey Map.”  A survey rider should be added to the ALTA extended and Expanded Title Policy for the property. 
Water Rights Protection:  At settlement Buyer should personally verify that all appropriate documents are recorded and transmitted to the DNRC. Within 30-45 days after closing it is imperative that the Buyer contact the Montana Dept. of Natural Resource Conservation (DNRC) again or http://dnrc.state.mt.us (water resource division) to verify receipt and approval of the Realty Transfer Certificate (RTC) as recorded at the County Courthouse at Closing and arrange for any “changes” the Buyers may wish to request in “specific use, point of diversion, well permits, etc.”  A copy of the RTC and Geocode should be retained with Buyer’s records.
Flood Plain Information and Insurance:  Sellers and Buyers are advised that precise determination of flood plain boundaries and inclusions together with related loan requirements and insurance matters are frequently subject to revised interpretations and re-mapping, etc.  Accordingly, it is recommended that Sellers and Buyers personally contact their Lender and Insurance provider for pertinent specifics, as well as the FEMA National Flood Insurance Program Office 1.888.CALL-FLOOD or 1.800.427.5593 or http://www.fema.gov/nfip.  The purchase of Flood Insurance is recommended!
Specific Recommendation:  Each of the above items should be completed, obtained, addressed, evaluated, and/or performed (and written reports prepared) by parties: a) who are well qualified by training and professional experience; b) whose reputation, qualification, charges, and associated costs have been personally verified; and c) who are properly licensed, certified, bonded, and insured in the relevant discipline and/or expertise.  It is clearly understood that neither the Associates nor Broker noted hereunder have made any representation (either expressed, inferred or implied) to be qualified to provide or perform any of the items recommended above, nor do they have special or superior knowledge in these specialized areas of expertise which are clearly well beyond the scope of normal Real Estate Client or Customer Marketing Services.
Notice: Seller and Buyer have the right to accept, reject, waive or ignore these recommendations, however, if any Seller or Buyer elects to reject, ignore, waive or otherwise fail or refuse to follow any or all of these recommendations, they are doing so over the express written objection of the Broker Associate and/or Sales Associate and Broker providing this document, as well as acting contrary to both their own personal best interest and contrary to the most basic standards of prudent consumer behavior.

EARNEST MONEY.  All Broker’s Real Estate Trust Accounts  (RETA) are strictly controlled by State regulations which may effect, or delay refunds, forfeitures or disbursements of Earnest Money deposits, pending resolution of disputes.
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DISCLOSURE OF AND INFORMED CONSENT TO “AGENCY” AND “NON-AGENCY” RELATIONSHIPS
The “Broker Associate” and/or “Sales Associate” indicated below shall be an Agent for (and in an Agent-to-Client relationship with) the party marked “X”; and NOT the Agent(s) for (nor in an Agent-to-Client relationship with) the party marked “0”.
Seller Buyer  Both Seller and Buyer (as a Dual Agent)  Neither Seller nor Buyer (as a TRANSACTION BROKER or Statutory Broker) 

The Brokerage Firm’s managing/supervising “Broker” indicated below shall be an Agent for (and in an Agent-to-Client relationship with) the party marked “X”; and NOT the Agent for (nor in an Agent-to-Client relationship with) the party marked “0” unless subsequently approved in writing by the parties.
Seller Buyer  Both Seller and Buyer (as a Dual Agent)  Neither Seller nor Buyer (as a TRANSACTION BROKER or Statutory Broker)       

DISCLOSURE RECEIPT AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.  The undersigned hereby verify receipt of these disclosures and recommendations; and acknowledge that the Broker Associate, Sales Associate, Broker and Firm indicated below are not expected to and are hereby specifically prohibited from taking, making, or authorizing any of the above recommended actions or precautions unless advance funding and permission is formally and specifically granted in writing and accepted in writing by the Broker and Associates indicated below.  In the absence of such specific written arrangements, all inspections, evaluations and other pursuits or due diligence undertakings regarding potential concerns (including selection, scheduling, payment, completion, objections, notices, responses, releases, acceptances, rejections, waivers, etc.) shall be at the Seller’s and/or Buyer’s sole discretion, sole personal responsibility and in no way a part of any contractual agency or fiduciary duty, expectations or obligations.  
The undersigned have read, understood, and hereby accept, designate and give their informed written consent to the agency or non-agency relationships, terms and conditions set forth herein.                                                                                                       
The “Broker Associate” and/or “Sales Associate” providing this document is/are:Lamont Kinkade - Broker Associate w/Dean & Leininger Real Estate of Bigfork

The “Broker” providing this document is: _________________________________________________

--------------RECEIVED BY------------
                                                                              /   /                                                                                                             /   /       
As  CONSENTING SELLER(S)     SELLER’S AGENT                                                     As  CONSENTING BUYER(s)    BUYERS AGENT 

 

  RELATIONSHIPS AND CONSENTS IN REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
(EXPLANATIONS AND EXPANDED DISCLOSURES)
Definition of Terms and Description of Duties & Obligations
 

SINGLE AGENCY RELATIONSHIPS FOR SELLERS AGENTS

A “Seller-Agent” works for a “Seller-Client” and is obligated to the “Seller-Client “ to:

  • Obey promptly and efficiently all lawful and ethical instructions of the “Seller-Client”, consistent with the consents granted herein.
  • Disclose all relevant and material information that concerns the real estate transaction and that is known to the “Seller-Agent” and not known or discoverable by the “Seller-Client” unless the information is subject to confidentiality arising from another prior or another existing agency relationship on the part of the “Seller-Agent” with a Buyer or another Seller;
  • Safeguard the “Seller-Client’s” confidences’, right to privacy and best interest, as specifically set forth in the Seller’s Agency Agreement or Listing Contract and consents granted herein;
  • Exercise professionalism, reasonable care, and skill and due diligence in pursuing the Seller’s objectives and in complying with the terms established in the Seller’s Agency Agreement or Listing Contract and the consents granted herein.
  • Fully account to the “Seller-Client” for any funds or property of the Seller that comes into the “Seller-Agent’s” possession;
  • Comply with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations, and
  • Act solely and exclusively in the best interests of the “Seller-Client” in any transaction as directed in the Seller’s Agency Agreement or Listing Contract and as consented to elsewhere herein.

A “Seller-Agent” may work with a “Buyer-Customer” and is obligated to the “Buyer-Customer” to:

  • Act in Good Faith with a “Buyer-Customer” (and a “Buyer-Agent” if any) in a manner consistent with legal requirements ethical standards, and the consents granted herein.
  • Disclose to the “Buyer-Customer” (or the “Buyer-Agent”) any adverse material facts that concern the property and that are known to the “Seller-Agent”, except that the “Seller-Agent” is not required to inspect the property or verify any property condition statements made by the “Seller-Client”;
  • Disclose to the “Buyer-Customer” (or the “Buyer-Agent”) when the “Seller-Agent” has no personal knowledge of the veracity of information regarding adverse material facts that concern the property;
  • Comply with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations.

SINGLE AGENCY RELATIONSHIPS FOR BUYERS AGENTS

A “Buyer-Agent” works for a “Buyer-Client” and is obligated to the “Buyer-Client” to:

  • Obey promptly and efficiently all lawful and ethical instructions of the “Buyer-Client” consistent with the consents granted herein;
  • Disclose all relevant and material information that concerns the real estate transaction and that is known to the “Buyer-Agent” and not known or discoverable by the “Buyer-Client”, unless the information is subject to confidentiality arising from another prior or another existing agency relationship on the part of the “Buyer-Agent” with another Buyer or Seller;
  • Safeguard the “Buyer-Client’s” confidences, rights to privacy and best interest as specifically set forth in the Buyers Agency Agreement or Buyer Broker Agreement and consents granted herein;
  • Exercise professionalism, reasonable care, skill, and diligence in pursuing the “Buyer-Client’s” objectives and in complying with the terms established in the Buyer Agency Agreement or Buyer Broker Agreement and the consents granted herein;
  • Fully account to the “Buyer-Client” for any funds or property of the “Buyer-Client” that comes into the “Buyer-Agent’s” possession;
  • Act solely in the best interests of the “Buyer-Client”, in any transaction as directed in the Buyer Agency Agreement or Buyer Broker Agreement and as consented to elsewhere herein; and
  • Comply with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations

 
A “Buyer-Agent” may work with a “Seller-Customer” and is obligated to the “Seller-Customer” to:

  • Act in good faith with a “Seller-Customer” (and a “Seller-Agent” if any) in a manner consistent with legal requirements, ethical standards and the consents granted herein;
  • Disclose any adverse material facts that are known to the “Buyer-Agent” that concern the ability of the Buyer to perform on any purchase offer;
  • Disclose to the “Seller-Customer” (or the “Seller-Agent”) when the “Buyer-Agent” has no personal knowledge of the veracity of information regarding adverse material facts that concern the “Buyer-Client”; and
  • Comply with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations.

TRANSACTION BROKER
(known in Montana as a STATUTORY BROKER)
A Transaction Broker’s (Statutory Broker’s) primary services are to bring Sellers and Buyers together in mutually beneficial transactions acceptable to both parties and to act as a neutral third party to mediate, facilitate and expedite such transactions in a competent, lawful and ethical manner.  (Also known as Facilitating or Accommodating Broker)

Such a Broker is not the Agent of the Buyer or Seller, but is still legally obligated to them to:

  • Exercise professionalism, reasonable care, skill, and diligence in putting together a real estate transaction;
  • Disclose to:
  • a Buyer or a Buyer-Agent (if any) all adverse material facts that concern the property and that are known to the Statutory Broker, except that the Statutory Broker is not required to inspect the property or verify any statements made by the Seller;
  • a Seller or a Seller-Agent (if any) all adverse material facts that are known to the statutory broker and that concern the ability of the Buyer to perform on any purchase offer, and disclose the Buyer or Buyers Agent (if any) fact that concern the Seller ability to perform on any purchase offer.
  • Fully account to the parties for any funds or things of value that come into the Broker’s possession; and
  • Comply with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations.

Dual AGENCY (double agent)
DUAL AGENCY.  IF IN THE COURSE OF EVENTS A SELLER-AGENT DECIDES TO ALSO REPRESENT A BUYER-CLIENT OR A BUYER-AGENT DECIDES TO ALSO REPRESENT A SELLER-CLIENT WITH REGARD TO A SUBJECT PROPERTY, OR A SIMILAR COMPETING TRANSACTION, THEN A DUAL AGENCY RELATIONSHIP MAY BE ESTABLISHED.  IN A DUAL AGENCY RELATIONSHIP, THE DUAL AGENT IS EQUALLY OBLIGATED TO REPRESENT BOTH THE SELLER AND THE BUYER AT THE SAME TIME.  THESE OBLIGATIONS PROHIBIT THE DUAL AGENT FROM ADVOCATING EXCLUSIVELY ON BEHALF OF THE SELLER OR THE BUYER AND MUST BY LAW LIMIT THE DEPTH AND DEGREE OF REPRESENTATION THAT YOU WOULD RECEIVE WHEN YOUR AGENT IS SERVING YOU IN A SINGLE AGENCY RELATIONSHIP (SEE ABOVE).  A BROKER OR A SALESPERSON MAY NOT ACT AS A DUAL AGENT (OR DOUBLE AGENT) WITHOUT THE SIGNED, WRITTEN INFORMED CONSENT OF BOTH THE SELLER AND THE BUYER BEFORE ENTERING INTO ANY MEANINGFUL OR POTENTIALLY CONFIDENTIAL DISCUSSIONS OR NEGOTIATIONS.

A “Dual or Double Agent” is obligated to a Seller in a partially similar manner to a Seller-Agent AND is obligated to a Buyer in a partially similar manner to a Buyer-Agent, except that a Dual Agent has significantly reduced duties and potentially diametrically opposing conflicts of interests.  (See the Dual Agency consent form for additional details.)  A Dual Agent or Double Agent:

  • Has a duty to disclose to a Buyer or Seller any adverse material facts that are known to the Dual Agent regardless of any confidentiality considerations; and has the following reduced service and representation limitations:
  • Must not disclose the following information without the written consent of your opposing party in the transaction
  • the fact that the Buyer is willing to pay more than the offered purchase price;
  • the fact that the Seller is willing to accept less than the purchase price that the Seller is asking for the property;
  • factors motivating either party to buy or sell; and
  • any information that a party indicates in writing to the Dual Agent is to be kept confidential.

A “Dual Agent” is no longer an Exclusive Sellers-Agent or an Exclusive Buyers-Agent with regard to an offer involving them and the Realtor® as a Dual (Double) Agent, BUT the same Realtor® may still be an Exclusive Single Agent in other offers depending on the circumstances and written informed consents relating to those other offers. 

Note:  The appointment of an additional “In-house Sellers Agent Designate” or an “In-house Buyer Agent Designate” may help resolve some of these conflicts and reductions in service at no additional cost.  ask your broker if the brokerage offers this type of expanded full service as an alternative to the double agent dilemma.
See the Dual Agency consent form for specific additional details, limitations, restrictions and reductions in service.

An “adverse material fact” means a fact that should be recognized by a broker or salesperson as being of enough significance as to affect a person’s decision to enter into a contract to buy or sell real property and may be a fact that:
(i)  materially affects the value, affects structural integrity or presents a documented health risk to occupants of the property; and (ii) materially affects the Buyer’s ability or intent to perform the Buyer’s obligations under a proposed or existing contract.  “Adverse material fact” does not include the fact that an occupant of the property has or has had a communicable disease or that the property was the site of a suicide or felony.

CONFIDENTIALITY VERSUS DISCLOSURE OBLIGATIONS NOTICE: Seller Customers and Buyer Customers should be aware that: (A) all information revealed to the Agent by a non-client party must be revealed by that Agent to that Agent’s Clients, (B) THE PAYMENT OF COMMISSIONS AND/OR SERVICE FEES DOES NOT IN AND OF ITSELF CREATE EITHER AN AGENCY OR NON-AGENCY RELATIONSHIP, AND (C) EVERY CONSUMER SHOULD EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION IN ENGAGING IN MEANINGFUL DISCUSSIONS, DISCLOSURE OF CONFIDENCES OR NEGOTIATIONS REGARDING ANY POTENTIAL REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION UNTIL THE SEPARATE AND DISTINCT ISSUES OF “AGENCY RELATIONSHIPS” AND “PAYMENT FOR SERVICES” HAVE BEEN DISCLOSED, UNDERSTOOD AND RECEIVED THE fully INFORMED WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE PARTIES AS EVIDENCED BY THEIR RESPECTIVE SIGNATURES.

SCOPE OF RELATIONSHIPS AUTHORIZED
Disclosures/Consents/Permissions The undersigned Real Estate Licensee(s) hereby discloses and agrees to the relationship(s) and related consents, permissions and conditions that he, she or they have initialed below.  The undersigned Seller or Buyer hereby grants his, her or their written informed consent to the relationships and authorizations bearing his and/or her initials below. 

Please initial only the Acceptable Relationships and applicable consents:

Licensee  Seller / Seller
[           ][                   ] “Sellers-Agent to Seller-Client relationship” as the  current agency relationship  potential* future agency relationship.

[            ]   By initialing this box, the undersigned Seller understands, agrees and grants informed consent and permission for the Broker or Associate indicated below to represent multiple Sellers of similar, identical or the same properties which may (or actually will) compete with the undersigned Seller’s property.  The Broker or associate may do so sequentially or simultaneously or both without need of any additional redundant permissions, consent/disclosure documents or redundant signatures.

Licensee    Buyer/Buyer
[           ][                   ]“Buyers-Agent to Buyer-Client relationship” as the  current agency relationship  potential* future agency relationship.

[               ]   By initialing this box, the undersigned Buyer understands, agrees and grants informed consent and permission for the Broker or Associate indicated below to represent multiple Buyers of similar, identical or the same properties which may (or actually will) compete with the undersigned Buyer’s property.  The Broker or associate may do so sequentially or simultaneously or both without need of any additional redundant permissions, consent/disclosure documents or redundant signatures.

Licensee  Seller or Buyer
[           ][                   ] “Statutory Broker (Transaction Broker) to Seller Customers relationship & Buyer Customers relationship” as a professional Real Estate service provider in a non-employee and non-agency capacity.

[               ]   By initialing this box, the undersigned Seller and/or Buyer understands, agrees and grants informed consent and permission for the Broker or Associate indicated below to provide services to multiple parties in similar, identical or the same properties and/or transaction which may (or actually will) compete with the undersigned parties’ properties and/or transactions.  The Broker or associate may do so sequentially, simultaneously or both without requirement of any additional redundant permissions, consent/disclosure documents or redundant signatures.

Licensee  Seller or Buyer
[           ][                   ]  “Dual Agent (Double Agent) relationship to both the Seller Client and the Buyer Client relationship” as the  current agency relationship  potential* future agency relationship, to provide reduced agency services to both.

[               ]   By initialing this box, the undersigned Party understands, agrees and grants informed consent and permission for the Broker or Associate indicated below to represent multiple Buyers and multiple Sellers in similar, identical or the same properties and or transactions which may (or actually will) compete with the undersigned Parties’ property.  The Broker or associate may do so sequentially, simultaneously or both, provided an additional Dual Agency Disclosure & Consent form is provided to, and accepted by, all affected parties prior to entering into any meaningful or potentially confidential discussions or relevant negotiations, representations or document preparation.

Licensee       Customer
[           ][                   ]“Realtor® to   current Buyer CUSTOMER relationship or  current Seller CUSTOMER relationship as defined and explained herein.  The undersigned Realtor ® is required to be fair and honest with the Customer but is not the employee or agent of the Customer.

[               ]   By initialing this box, the undersigned Customer understands, agrees and grants informed consent and permission for the Realtor indicated below to provide services to multiple parties in similar, identical or the same transaction which may (or actually will) compete with the undersigned customer’s transaction.  The Realtor® may do so sequentially, simultaneously or both without need of any additional permissions, consents, disclosure documents or redundant signatures.

* This consent is specifically conditional upon the undersigned consumer receiving immediate written notice and disclosure of any change from the “current Agency relationship” as set forth herein to any other agency relationship.

 

________________________­­­­­_____________  ___/____/____     _________________________________ ___/____/____
Real Estate Licensee(s) as Broker, Associate or Realtor®       [ ] Seller  [  ] Buyer as a  [  ] Client [   ]Customer                                                                                                
Affiliated With__________________________Brokerage        _________________________________ ___/____/___
                                                                                                    [ ] Seller  [   ] Buyer as a  [  ] Client [   ]Customer                                                

 
©2013 Northwest Montana Association of Realtors®. The property data on this web site comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange (IDX) program of the Northwest Montana Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service, Inc. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use, that it may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing, and that the data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS. All properties are subject to prior sale, change, or withdrawal. Neither listing broker(s) nor shall be responsible for any typographical errors, misinformation, or misprints, and shall be held totally harmless from any damages arising from reliance upon these data.
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