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The answers to your questions depend on the listing or management agreement you signed with the brokerage. It's impossible for me to know what was agreed to without seeing that contract. You should review
Hi Alan, If you're not signing the offer you won't need a Power Of Attorney. This is only needed if you're signing documents on your friend behalf. I assume you're planning on selling this Condo privately
Hi Pablo, I wish I could answer your questions, but all of them depend on what is in the contract that you signed with the property management company, and also may be subject to local/state regulations
Lotta answers here, mostly depending on what contracts you signed with your agent. Typically, here in Florida, once an agent procures a tenant they get paid and that's it, the tenant is yours. Per chance
You obviously must have signed a rental listing form with your agent, Pablo, stipulating how much commission is paid to his company. The fact that they are being paid 10% of the rent tells me that.