Disallow Collusion by Disallowing “Cooperative Compensation System” between agencies?

NAR Settlement with Sitzer-Burnett Seller Plaintiffs goes plenty far enough?

It seems like this proposed settlement still allows for all the collusion hocus-pocus and fee overpricing to continue.

Curious, what do you think about the most drastic, radical, solution being proffered?

How about both NAR, and every one of the 50 state licensing boards, disallow any and every offer, request, negotiation, payment, and receipt of compensation consideration between agencies?

Agency fees always only are negotiated between the agency and its principal?

The only business that gets discussed and negotiated between agencies, is that of their respective principals?

All dual agency, disclosed or not, is completely abolished?


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