Exhbit 5: Working with Office Exclusive Listings in NCRMLS

Exhbit 5: Working with Office Exclusive Listings in NCRMLS

Working With Office Exclusive Listings in NCRMLS

(1) NCRMLS Service: North Carolina Regional MLS, LLC (“NCRMLS”) maintains a multiple listing service (MLS) database for the benefit of its participants and subscribers. NCRMLS rules require participants to enter listings taken on exclusive right to sell contracts or exclusive agency forms in the MLS database.   Benefits of entry in the NCRMLS database may include:

  • Your listing is accessible to thousands of REALTORS® in the NCRMLS market who can assist in the sale of your property
  • NCRMLS property exposure may help to sell your property at the best price
  • REALTORS® are able to display your listing on more than 1,000 public websites (if permitted by Seller) that potential buyers use to search for properties 

(2) Seller AcknowledgementsSeller acknowledges the following:

The listing broker/agent has fully informed me of the benefits available to me via NCRMLS.

  • My property will not be visible via the MLS database to other MLS participants and subscribers who are searching for available properties.
  • My property will not be included in NCRMLS’s distribution of for sale properties to real estate websites (such as Zillow, Realtor.com, Homes.com, etc.) that are used by the general public to search for properties for sale.
  • My property will not have showing appointments scheduled through NCRMLS’s showing services that notify Sellers of showing requests and gathers showing feedback for sellers (when it is provided).
  • I am fully aware that I am entitled to have my property entered into the MLS database and that entry of my property can only be withheld from the MLS at my written request.

NOTE: If Public Marketing occurs, this will result in the listing being placed as Active in the MLS.  Public marketing includes, but is not limited to, flyers displayed in windows, yard signs, digital marketing on public-facing websites, brokerage website displays, social media, digital communications marketing (email blasts), multi-brokerage listing sharing networks, and applications available to the general public.

By signing below, Seller(s) certifies that Seller has read and understands this form, and Agent and Broker certify that they have described the benefits of the NCRMLS service to Seller.

Seller: ______________________________ // _____________________________________ // _______________________________

Signature Print Name Date

Seller: _____________________________ // _____________________________________ // ________________________________

Signature Print Name Date

Agent: ____________________________ // _____________________________________ // ________________________________

Signature Print Name Date

Broker: __________________________ // _____________________________________ // _________________________________

Signature Print Name Date

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