Section 1.2.3 Blanket Listing Agreements.

Section 1.2.3 Blanket Listing Agreements.

A Blanket Listing Agreement is defined as an agreement between the developer/builder and a firm/broker to sell multiple properties within a PUD or subdivision.  Within 3 days of the effective date, the blanket listing agreement must be submitted to NCRMLS via email at docs@ncrmls.com.

When a property is ready to market:
a.Enter it into the MLS
b.Use the entry date in the Effective Date field
c.You are strongly encouraged to read:  Can I list multiple properties in a single agreement?
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