In order for an agent (“Cooperating Broker”) to receive a commission in connection with the sale of real property, the Cooperating Broker must register a prospective buyer before the buyer is introduced to the Community via the internet, phone or in-person. Cooperating Broker or agent must also accompany the buyer during initial visit. If the tracking system used at the sales office for a community indicates that the buyer was initially introduced to the community via the internet, phone or registered at the sales office without being accompanied by Cooperating Broker or agent, said Broker or agent shall not be entitled to receive a commission in connection with the sale. Buyer registrations are good for a period of 1 year of effective signature dates by Broker/Agent and registered buyer. This registration is only for brand new construction in The Reserve and Red Leaf, does not apply to other developments or resales.
Dickson Realty and all of its divisions prohibit housing discrimination on the basis of specific “protected classes”, which include race, color, religion, national origin, gender, familial status, disability, marital status, and age, among others protected by local fair housing ordinances, local laws and the federal Fair Housing Act. For more information about the Fair Housing Act, please visit: Department of Housing and Urban Development
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