Illinois Exclusive Listing Agreement

This agreement is mandatory for successors and beneficiaries of the sale of the seller and seller. All discussions, negotiations and prior agreements between the parties on the purpose of this agreement are replaced by this agreement, which constitutes the entire contract and the complete and exclusive expression of their agreement, and must not be challenged by evidence of prior agreement or simultaneous oral agreement. If a provision of this agreement were to be declared inoperative or inoperative, the other provisions will nevertheless come into full force. This agreement and any supplement, supplement or modification, including photocopying or facsimile, can be executed in return. The seller expressly accepts that exclusive jurisdiction over claims or litigation with brokers or, in any way, under this agreement, is in the courts of the State of California. California law applies with the exception of its conflict of laws rules and the court has jurisdiction over the San Mateo County courts. This agreement can be executed in return, each being considered original, but all of which together form the same agreement. This agreement can be used as a trust instruction. If the seller authorizes the properties to be actively listed for sale on the MLS, the seller broker authorizes the list of ownership on the MLS and recognizes that the MLS rules allow MLS data to be provided by MLS to additional sites such as Zillow and Trulia, and the broker is authorized to distribute MLS data to all of these sites. The seller also acknowledges that MLS boards do not allow the publication of an entry without at least one external photo and, for this reason, this agreement would only come into effect when the seller has provided at least one outdoor photo of the property. In addition, if the seller does not want the property to be marketed on MLS at this time, the seller confirms that he has read paragraph 11 below and acknowledges that the offer is considered an open offer and is treated as such, regardless of another contrary language presented here, until the seller indicates the wish by email or in the seller`s dashboard on HomeBay. to have the MLS property listed. for which the broker introduces the listing in the MLS in accordance with the applicable MLS rules and characterizes the nature of the list on the basis of the applicable definitions of that MLS board.

The seller explains that brokers reserve the right to charge buyers` agents up to 1000 $US paid by the buyer`s commission as a platform fee. This fee covers expenses related to listing agents related to items such as electronic signature, document storage and non-compulsory disclosures.