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I don't know.
Jack - Not sure I understand your question, but we can place our listings in under contract but accepting backups status, as long as the seller has authorized that.
Do you mean live the property in an active status????? NAR gives the Brokerage who hold s the listing the right to chose whether or not they want to pend it in the MLS.
No they don't. I can't imagine an agent wanting to do that either
In my mls ( Beverly HIlls, CA), the seller can use Backup status instead of Pending to market the property and accept backup offers.
no....not that I've ever heard of.... we have a contingent status and the property remains in the active state for backup offers...
If a buyer has an assignable contract, I could see where some States would allow buyer to list it for sale before going to settlement. If contract isn't assignable, I don't see how you can sell something that you don't actually own.
In our MLS a PID can have only 1 status. Pick one, active, pending, pending with contingencies,withdrawn,expired,closed.