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Who Signs The Listing Agreement?
Category - Home Selling Questions - Selling Legal & Closing FAQ's

The signatures of all parties named on the deed are required on the listing agreement.  If this is not possible, owing to the death of the owner or one of the owners being absent, then a party with legal authorization to perform must sign the listing.  An administrator, executor or a person with a proper power of attorney could sign the listing.  Both spouses should sign the listing agreement, even if the property is held in the name of only one of them. 

 
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