Redfin agents do not act as both the buyer`s agent and the listing agent in the same transaction, but you can still work with a Redfin agent to purchase a Redfin offer. With the advent of the "Buyer Agency" (Buyer Brokerage) in the early 1990s, unlike the seller agency, a real estate agent/broker accepts and instructs the buyer to represent the buyer in his purchase of a house/property. Purchasing agency contracts have been drawn up to set the conditions for this representation. They are similar to the written "registration contracts" required between listing agents and sellers (property owners). Buyer agency contracts establish the main terms of the relationship between the buyer agent and his buyer client, including elements such as the duration of the contract, the commission to be earned/paid and the various rights, obligations and obligations of the parties. The buyer`s agency can exist exclusively (if a brokerage firm chooses to represent only buyers and never sellers as exclusive buyer agents) or, in a full-service business, by offering a buyer`s agency to buyers who become clients. Buyers should accept a form of dual agency if they want to buy a home that this company has offered for sale and for which it represents the seller. Today, if the buyer works with a broker other than the broker who registers the property, he can choose to enter into a buyer`s brokerage contract to be represented. In some cases where a dual agency is legally authorized, even the listing broker can represent the buyer. If the buyer does not enter into this contract, he remains a client of the broker, who is then the sub-agent of the seller`s broker. If you, as a real estate agent, are struggling to solve the problem with buyers or ask for a signature on this document, you can find help here.