New Hampshire Real Estate Agency disclosure form
In New Hampshire all real estate licensees are required to present this form to potential consumers. This form states that the licensee giving you this form is not your agent and unless you enter into a specific and separate agency agreement they cannot provide you with agent level services.
Here's how to become a client and get a New Hampshire real estate licensee to represent you.
If you want a licensee to represent you, you will need to enter into a written listing agreement or buyer agency agreement. These agreement create a client-agent relationship between you and the licensee. As a client you can expect the licensee to provide the following services, in addition to the basic services listed in the form.
- To perform the terms of the written agreement with skill and care.
- To promote YOUR best interest:
For seller clients this means the agent will put the seller's interests first and negotiate the best prices and terms for the seller.
For buyer clients this means the agent will put the buyer's interests first and negotiate for the best prices and terms for the buyer; and
- To maintain the confidentiality of specific clients information, including bargaining information.
If you have any questions about how real agency works in New Hampshire, we're happy to answer them for you!