listing


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 types of real estate listings are as follows:
@ general listing
@ open or general listing
An open or general listing is the right to sell that may be given to more than one agent at a time.
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@ nonexclusive listing
@ non-exclusive listing
Nonexclusive listing exists when the real estate broker has an exclusive listing as opposed to other agents, but the owner may sell the property without using an agent, and not be liable to pay a commission.
Also called an agency agreement.
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Securities.
In securities, the contract between a firm and a stock exchange covering the trading of that firm's securities on the stock exchange.
Taxation.
"Listing property for taxation" is the making of a schedule or inventory of such property, whereby owner makes statement of property in response to assessor's inquiries. Templing v. Bennett, 156 Kan. 68, 131 P.2d 904, 907.
The word listing ordinarily implies an official listing of the persons and property to be taxed, and a valuation of the property of each person as a basis of apportionment
@ listing agent
The broker's representative who obtains a listing agreement with the seller, as opposed to the selling agent who may represent another broker
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Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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