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This is just an agreement to advertise the property for us on their web site for 20 weeks. they agreed to a sales marketing price then a week later said they wanted to drop the asking price by 10k to get foot fall through the door and are asking 1.95% commission. If we sell ourselves or through another agent they still want their money even after we give 14 days notice at the end of the period. The company is `Express Agencies` They offered a free `energy report` as a carrot.
The seller cannot terminate the sole selling rights agreement during the sole selling rights period set out above. Start date 12/2/14 for 20 weeks
Seller or Agent can terminate in writing giving 14 days notice after the 20 week period.
Agent can claim commission for up to 9 months after the minimum period if purchased by someone introduced during the selling period.
Salesman dated both signatures on the agreement as 11/12/14.
How can I att. a pdf copy for you to see ?
No, I did sign but the salesman dated it but I did not notice the wrong date at the time as he removed the dup. copy and left it on the table as he went.
If possible I don`t think this is a very ethical company and their efforts are nothing like expressed by the salesman, they do not seem to be making much effort for their required 1.95% commission. If I advertise with another company that sells my property would I have a reasonable case to refuse this companies commission demand should they so do in court under these circumstances.