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No. Just on new construction when the builder requires it.
Thomas J. Nelson, Real...
La Jolla, CA
Sally & David,
I don’t see the point in it. Listing agents here don’t require it and I hope it doesn’t get started.
No, we did not. A
Sally K. & David L. Hanson It's not necessary - at least here in MA.
Sometimes I do put their initials if the listing agent insists - otherwise, no.
Only on New Construction .
We do not register buyers here (unless it's new construction, then yes). Otherwise, there's nothing to register them for-there's no register...50% of what I show is vacant.
As I commented in your post -- I've started seeing this "request" in our mls although it is still rare. It's silly in my opinion.
No! and if they go on their own to an open house they just hand out my business card.
No. High end homes in my market are often "isting agent to accompany". I recently had a showing where I thought the listing agent really overstepped her bounds. At an open house I am hosting it is another matter, I ask that all visitors register but when someone comes in on the arm of an agent, no way. In my view, it is the agent that you are registering in that case.
No... not done here. We did in NYC where we didn't have buyer agency.
No, it's a numbers game to me. I hope to earn my clients commitment and if it doesn't happen I lose.
No, I've only come across one listing agent asking for this information.
No, I follow whatever instructions the MLS has.
The small print in many PSA or contractors required forms require the selling agent to attend all showings or register your clients. That leads to money left on the table....
No, I don't.
Sally K. & David L. Hanson With commercial real estate I do and I also require it.
No. We just call the agency and register our names.
When using a showing service, I just register the last name.
The simple answer is "no", not every time! Have to give it some thought!
No name, but I do provide an initial. First names only for the grip and grin.
I would not care to hear my buyer report they received a very nice 'Thank You for visiting' note from the listing agent.