1. All written agreements for intermediation services on behalf of a seller, lessor, buyer or tenant are entered into by the designated broker on behalf of the broker and associated licensee, with the exception that the designated bound licensee may, in writing, authorize written agreements on behalf of the designated broker. (6) A designated broker who intends to act as a transaction broker and who awaits compensation from the party he supports enters into a written transaction brokerage contract with that party or the parties who give for the broker`s service. The transaction brokerage contract includes the obligations and responsibilities of a licensee pursuant to Section 339.755 and the terms of compensation. (3) Before or during participation in acts listed in Section 339.010, with the exception of departmental records covered in Section 339.710, a designated broker acting as an individual intermediary for a buyer or tenant has entered into an agency agreement with the buyer or tenant in writing. The contract includes the obligations and responsibilities of a licensee pursuant to Section 339.740 and the terms of compensation. (2) assist the customer in developing, communicating, negotiating and submitting offers, counter-offers and communications regarding offers and counter-offers until a lease or sales contract is signed and all contingencies are completed or cancelled; and two. Before entering into a written agency agreement with the party to be represented, a designated broker wishing to establish a limited agency relationship with a seller or renter must enter into a written agency agreement before carrying out any of the activities covered in Section 339.010. The agreement contains the obligations and responsibilities of a licensee pursuant to Section 339.730 and the terms of compensation and determines whether an offer from a sub-agency can be made to another designated broker. (5) Before carrying out any of the activities listed in Section 339.010, a designated broker who wishes to act as a sub-agent must enter into a written agreement with the broker designated for the client. If a designated broker has made a unilateral offer of insinuation, another designated broker may establish the sub-agency relationship by telling the client that he or she is a sub-agent of the client. When a designated broker has made an appointment in accordance with Section 339.820, a licensee who is not related to this agreement may prepare the subagency report by stating that he or she is a sub-agent of the client.
7. All exclusive brokerage contracts stipulate that the broker provides at least the following services through the broker or through one or more related licensees: (3) Answering customer or client questions regarding offers, counter-offers, communications and contingencies. (8) There is nothing in this section prohibiting the public from entering into written contracts with a broker with obligations, obligations or responsibilities in addition to the obligations mentioned in this section. (1) Acceptance of the delivery and presentation of offers and counter-offers to the customer and offers to buy, sell or lease the client`s property or property that the client wishes to buy or rent; ..