How is a property “showing” different from a proposed transaction?

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The question appears to be, “May an associate show property listed with the associate’s broker while representing the buyer without first being appointed by the intermediary, and if so, why?” Yes. Only showing property does not require the associate to be appointed, because it does not require the licensee to give advice or opinions (only an appointed associate may offer opinions or advice to a party). If no appointments will be made, of course, the associate will be working with the party and will not be authorized to provide opinions or advice.

Source: TAR

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