Definition of "Listing"

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Legal contract with a property owner empowering a real estate agent in selling, leasing, or mortgaging the principal's property. A listing has a legal description of the property, is valid for a specified period of time and gives the details of the sale. Types of listing contracts include: bilateral listing, exclusive agency listing, exclusive right to sell listing, multiple listing, net listing, open listing, and unilateral listing.

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