2. What is an Agency Disclosure?
An Agency Disclosure is a state-required document, disclosing to you as a principal in a real estate transaction (in this case, the buyer) whom the agent(s) in that transaction represent. A state's Agency Disclosure simply notifies you of that state's agency laws; it does not obligate you to work with any particular agent or broker.
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