EBAs don’t work for listing brokers

Unlike traditional agents, EBAs don’t work for listing brokers

, so they avoid the risk of dual agency — when one broker represents both parties. EBAs are still paid by the seller, but they can promise to represent your interests exclusively throughout the transaction and help you negotiate the lowest price. Kiplinger. “Hire your own agent.” June 7 2011 http://www.kiplinger.com/magazine/archives/2007/03/buyers.html

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