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There is an MLS withdrawal form you need to fill out.
Nina Hollander, Broker
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
Give many people a little power and they will just keep demanding more.
Nina Hollander, Broker
Stevens Point, WI
We have a couple of different ways: formal where everybody signs on a cancellation form with the date.
My office will take an email that says from both sides - we agree to cancel on such a date. Go to MLS, click cancelled or withdrawn.
We are supposed to have the written authorization for all changes to the listing. The Florida Real Estate Commission will do occasional audits and check.
we just click on the withdrawn button.....
Out here in my little association, you don't have to turn in any paperwork unless the seller wants to keep the listing out of the MLS. Everything else is just between the agent and the client.
Back in the day , we did .
Michael J. Perry
Good morning Hella. I think a written withdrawal makes sense, just make sure no one is playing games.
Hella M. Rothwell, Broker/Realtor® - here in MA, we need to get seller's signature to withdraw the listing.
All we do is do an amendment to the lisitng agreement and an MLS change form. Then the broker can withdraw it.
Seller must sign a withdrawal form before any change is made to MLS...
No. Yet I must be able to produce a document signed by the seller if called to do so.
We're certainly expected to have that available, but we don't have to submit documentation to our MLS unless there is an issue.
We're suppose to get written listing amendment signed by seller to withdraw.
The Broker can withdraw it.
No,just have to have it on file.
No. That's interesting.
We do not have to in Colo.
We should have an amend signed by seller to do so.
No, just for your own records. A
There is a form that must be signed and then the Broker can withdraw or terminate the listing on MLS.
Follow the rules of your MLS. They are not all the same.
We need to have that agreement on file.
File with who? Not the MLS; merely have the signed withdrawl on file if asked and post in Skyslope for our Corporate record-keeping.
Not in NC, we all just sign off on a withdrawal form that refers back to the listing agreement which is on file with the brokerage.
It's pretty easy - send a not to my office, click cancel in the MLS
I don't know, never did that.
You have to get anything in writing about the withdrawing ( not the same as cancellation in here), but it is not for mls, they usually do not check.
We don't, but something tells me it would be an excellent idea to hand onto all of the paperwork involved.
One should get a written notice even an eMail that the seller wants out.
As for agreement between seller and agent when the seller can sell w/o paying a commission during that time. It is up to the broker. Sellers met buyers and want to strike a deal direct by firing listing agent has happened in the past. Other times another listing wants the listing by letting first agent go to get his listing as new listing agent. One needs to protect herself.