I submitted my buyer’s offer for a property to the listing agent, but I’m concerned about whether it was presented to the sellers. Does the listing agent have to tell me if the offer was presented if I ask?

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  • I submitted my buyer’s offer for a property to the listing agent, but I’m concerned about whether it was presented to the sellers. Does the listing agent have to tell me if the offer was presented if I ask?

Yes. If you submit a written request, the listing broker must provide written affirmation that the offer was presented to the seller or that the seller waived the obligation to have the offer presented. Standard of Practice 1-6 of the Code of Ethics states that REALTORS® shall submit all offers and counteroffers objectively and as quickly as possible, and Standard of Practice 1-7 requires listing brokers to provide written affirmation that offers were presented to cooperating brokers that request it, unless the seller has waived in writing the broker’s obligation to present the offer.

Source: TAR

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