WHICH BROKER IS WHOSE?

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In Florida?s active real estate market, it isn?t uncommon for a seller and buyer to be represented by real estate brokers in transactions involving residential and commercial properties. The obligations of the brokers to the parties will vary depending on the type of relationship involved, and buyers and sellers are well advised not to disclose any information they want to be held in confidence before they have committed to, and understand the implications of, the particular type of brokerage relationship they have with the real estate professional involved.

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