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In Colorado there are different types of working relationships between brokers and clients:

  • Seller's Agent A seller's agent (or listing agent) works solely on behalf of the seller to promote the interests of the seller with utmost good faith, loyalty, and fidelity. The agent negatiates on behalf of, and acts as an advocate for, the seller. The seller's agent must disclose to potential buyers all adverse material facts actually known by the seller's agent about the property. A separate written listing agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the seller.
     
  • Buyer's Agent A buyer's agent works solely on behalf of the buyer to promote the interests of the buyer with utmost good faith, loyalty, and fidelity. The agent negatiates on behalf of, and acts as an advocate for, the buyer. The buyer's agent must disclose to potential sellers all adverse material facts actually known by the buyer's agent including the buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction and, if a residential property, whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. A separate written buyer agency agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer.
     
  • Transaction-broker A transaction-broker assists the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers, and assisting the parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction, without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care in the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction-broker concerning a property or a buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and, if a residential property, whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required.
     
  • Customer A customer is a party to a real estate transaction with whom the broker has no brokerage relationship because such party has not engaged or employed the broker, either as a party's agent or as the party's transaction-broker.
     

Source: Colorado Real Estate Commission