Is the sellers agent required to show all offers to the seller?

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answer by Betty Granucci    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Yes, they are required to present all offers, and in a timely manner. In Florida, the seller can choose whether or not they want verbal offers presented, but all written offers must be presented.
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answer by Betty Granucci    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Yes, we must present all offers. However, in Florida, the seller can choose whether or not they want the agent to present verbal offers, but anything written must be presented, and in a timely manner.
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answer by Jodi Toebe    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Yes absolutely they are! They would not be doing their due diligence if they did not!
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answer by Caitlyn Whitehead    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
It is their due diligence to present all the offers, some selling agents may not do this but it is against the moral code if they do not. Unfortunately there is no way to find out as a buyer or seller if there really are multiple offers that came in, as an agent for buyers I have had selling agents say there are muitple offers, this is to get the buyer to come up on the price and give the buyer a sense of urgency to make an offer. This is one thing I wish we had regulations on.
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answer by Paul Canfield    |   Contact Me
Good point Joe, the seller can give a Bottom Line, and Offers below that don't need to be presented.
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answer by Ed McKeown    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Yes they are before there is an accepted offer. Bringing in offers after there is one accepted will not be presented.
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answer by Joe Germain    |   Contact Me
Yes, the seller's agent is required to present all written offers, unless specifically instructed from the seller to not present certain offers?
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answer by Paul Canfield    |   Contact Me
Yes, in Wisconsin, a listing agent is required to present all written Offers to the seller.
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