National Association Of Real Estate License Law Officials (NARELLO)


Definition of "National Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (NARELLO)"

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Founded in 1930 and located in Centerville, UT, NARELLO has 700 members consisting of state administrators managing real estate licensing laws. It seeks to improve real estate licensing examination administration, improve the effectiveness of license law management and implementation, and improve real estate licensing procedures. It conducts training workshops.

 

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Comments for National Association Of Real Estate License Law Officials (NARELLO)


Stan Sexton Stan Sexton said:

What states restrict dual agency?

Feb 21, 2022  23:26:15

 
Real Estate Agent

Hey Stan! Thank you for reaching out to us. Based on our research, we discovered that while some states do not allow dual agency, there are some that allow designated representatives. The states of Colorado, Florida, Kansas, and Oklahoma do not permit dual agency. Still, Alaska, Texas, Wyoming, Vermont, and Maryland allow designated representatives, meaning that while the dual agency is illegal, they allow brokers to designate a brokerage licensee to the buyer and seller of the transaction, each with fiduciary duties. I hope this clarifies things.

Mar 04, 2022  15:13:47
 
 

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