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An online newsletter I received this morning contained a synopsis of an ethics case that was interesting not because of things a Sacramento Realtor cannot say about a listing but because of the things the Realtor did not say. I am very cognizant that at all times a Sacramento Realtor who represents the seller has established a fiduciary relationship, which results in a legal duty to the seller.
Solely seeking seller representation makes my job easy, because I focus on my sellers. I have a duty to treat the buyer fairly, but my alliance is aligned with the seller. This means when a buyer’s agent asks: Is there wiggle room in your listing, I might reply they can pay more than list price.
Sundays are usually busy days for Sacramento real estate and dim sum at New Canton. It’s a struggle to find time for an after-breakfast nap, even on a rainy day, when prized packages of savory gems of dim sum await just down the road from Land Park and my cell phone keeps ringing. I realize lots of agents just let calls go through to voice mail, but I answer to save myself the hassle of having to call back. It’s opportunity ringing. However, many of the phone calls I’ve been receiving lately are from Sacramento home buyers who do not understand how real estate works. They think they do, but they do not.