This elective course is designed to cause brokers to "stop...and...think"
about his/her actions or inactions when working with buyers and sellers or landlords and tenants,
especailly when acting as a dual agent.
Specifically, since the creation of the NCREC's agency disclosure rule of 1995,
it appears many NC brokers "think" that in order to work with a buyer they must represent that buyer.
Where, in reality, there are many instances where brokers should represent the seller only...
or the buyer only.
This course reviews the various agency laws and rules,
and then participants evaluate actual NC cases wherein brokers served as a dual agent,
including in one case where the listing agent was also a buyer agent and was also the seller!