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When you decide which agent, or agent, you are going to market your property, you will have to agree to their terms and conditions


The four types of agreements are:

Sole agency

You employ the services of one agent to market your property for an agreed period. If you sell your property through another agent before your agreement with the original one has ended, you will have to pay the original agent their fee. Likewise, the original agent must give you the service they have agreed.


Joint sole agency

When you employ two agents to sell your property the agents agree to split the fee on its sale.


Multiple agency

When you employ the services of several agents. The agent that sells the property will take the whole fee.


Sole selling rights


When the appointed selling agent will be due the agreed fee, even if you sell your property privately or through another agent. (This is more common via auction).

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