In real estate, your agent should be working on your behalf, whether you are the buyer or the seller.
Dual agency occurs when a buyer and a seller let a single real estate agent (or two agents from the same brokerage) represent them in a transaction. It may seem more efficient to have one firm handle the entire transaction, but there is an obvious conflict of interest. Dual agency is still allowed in North Carolina but it is illegal in eight states: Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Maryland, Oklahoma, Texas and Vermont
WNC Mountain Home Realty does not practice dual agency. We represent only one party in the real estate transaction: The seller. This allows us to negotiate on your behalf with buyer's agents from all other brokerages who have buyers interested in buying your property, while still representing YOUR best interests.
For more information, please refer to the Working with Real Estate Agents section of this page.