Do you have a problem with dual agency in real estate?
California law allows a real estate agent to represent both seller and buyer in a real estate transaction. Do you have a problem with this? Why or why not?
To me, this has always seemed a bit strange. It’s a little like an attorney representing both plaintiff and defendant in court of law. Maybe I’m missing something.
This question is in the General Section. Responses must be helpful and on-topic.