As of November 25, 1999, all Realtors in Pennsylvania are required to provide the following Consumer Notice to every person who's looking to buy or sell real estate. Historically Realtors have represented Sellers. This notice is to protect the rights of Buyers and to explain how you can be represented by a Realtor.
Before a salesperson is allowed to have a discussion with you about your real estate needs or show you any property, Pennsylvania law requires that you sign the Consumer Notice. The following notice is for your review.
The Business Relationship Agreement, or Buyer Agency Contract, is step two, and is also for the education and protection of Buyers. Before any Pennsylvania Realtor may show you any property, we must find out how you choose to be represented. This notice is also following for your review.
NOTE: The documents above are contained on the PAR site are copyrighted by the Pennsylvania Association of REALTORS® and used with permission. These forms are samples only and to be used for educational purposes.