Vermont Real Estate Commission
Mandatory Consumer Disclosure
[This document is not a contract.]
This disclosure must be given to a consumer at the first reasonable opportunity and before discussing confidential information; entering into a brokerage service agreement; or showing a property.
RIGHT NOW YOU ARE NOT A CLIENT
The real estate agent you have contacted is not obligated to keep information you share confidential. You should not reveal any confidential information that could harm your bargaining position.
Vermont law requires all real estate agents to perform basic duties when dealing with a buyer or seller who is not a client. All real estate agents shall:
You May Become a Client
You may become a client by entering into a written brokerage service agreement with a real estate brokerage firm. Clients receive the full services of an agent, including:
You are not required to hire a brokerage firm for the purchase or sale of Vermont real estate. You may represent yourself.
If you engage a brokerage firm, you are responsible for compensating the firm according to the terms of your brokerage service agreement.
Before you hire a brokerage firm, ask for an explanation of the firm’s compensation and conflict of interest policies.
Brokerage Firms May Offer
NON-DESIGNATED AGENCY or DESIGNATED AGENCY
THE BROKERAGE FIRM NAMED BELOW PRACTICES
I / We Acknowledge This form has been presented to you by:
Receipt of This Disclosure
______________________________________ Century 21 Jack Associates
Printed Name of Consumer Printed Name of Real Estate Brokerage Firm
Signature of Consumer Date Printed Name of Agent Signing Below
[ ] Declined to sign
Printed Name of Consumer Signature of Agent of the Brokerage Firm Date
Signature of Consumer Date
[ ] Declined to sign 9/24/2015
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