exclusive listing


exclusive listing

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Exclusive Listing — A real estate sale transaction in which a specified real estate agent stands to gain a commission if a property sells within a specified number of months, no matter how a buyer is found. The purpose of an exclusive listing is to motivate the… …   Investment dictionary

  • exclusive listing — See exclusive agency listing …   Black's law dictionary

  • exclusive listing — /əksˈklusɪv lɪstɪŋ/ (say uhks kloohsiv listing) noun an arrangement for the selling of a house, flat, etc., where it is listed with one real estate agent. Compare open listing …   Australian English dictionary

  • exclusive listing — noun : a formal agreement giving a broker the sole right to sell or to rent a property during a specified period of time …   Useful english dictionary

  • listing — Real estate. An agreement between an owner of real property and a real estate agent, whereby the agent agrees to attempt to secure a buyer or tenant for specific property at a certain price and terms in return for a fee or commission. The various …   Black's law dictionary

  • listing — Real estate. An agreement between an owner of real property and a real estate agent, whereby the agent agrees to attempt to secure a buyer or tenant for specific property at a certain price and terms in return for a fee or commission. The various …   Black's law dictionary

  • listing — n. an exclusive listing (of a property being sold) * * * [ lɪstɪŋ] an exclusive listing (of a property being sold) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Exclusive (album) — Exclusive Studio album by Chris Brown Released September 16, 2007 ( …   Wikipedia

  • listing — list·ing n 1: an arrangement, agreement, or contract for the marketing of real property through one or more real estate agents usu. for a specific period – called also listing agreement; exclusive agency listing: a listing under which only one… …   Law dictionary

  • exclusive agency listing — see listing Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary