In an exclusive-right-to-sell listing, one broker is appointed as sole agent of the seller and is given the exclusive authorization to represent the property in question. The seller must pay the broker a commission regardless of who sells the property if it is sold while the listing is in effect. If the seller gives a broker an exclusive right-to-sell listing but finds a buyer without the broker's assistance, the seller must still pay the broker a commission.
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