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ALASKA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION CONSUMER PAMPHLET 

In Alaska, a Real Estate licensee is required by law to provide this pamphlet outlining the duties of a real estate licensee. After you have read the information contained in this pamphlet, please acknowledge receipt by signing page 2 and return it to the real estate licensee who provided it to you. Your cooperation is appreciated.

There are four different types of relationships established by Alaska Real Estate Law:

  • Specific Assistance – licensee owes "Duties owed by a licensee in all Relationships" as described in this pamphlet.
  • Representation – licensee owes "Duties Owed by a licensee when Representing a Party" as described in this pamphlet.
  • “Designated Licensee” – This occurs when a licensee “represents” or provides “specific assistance” to a party to a transaction and another licensee within the same company “represents” or provides “specific assistance” to the other party in the same transaction.
  • “Neutral Licensee” – This occurs when a licensee does not represent either party but provides “specific assistance” to both parties in the same transaction. The parties must authorize the “Neutral”  relationship by signing the "Waiver of Right to be Represented" form.

 Duties owed by a Licensee in all Relationships:

  • Exercise reasonable skill and care;
  • Deal honestly and fairly;
  • Present all written communications in a timely manner;
  • Disclose all material information regarding the physical condition of a property;
  • Account for all money and property received.

 Unless agreed otherwise –The Licensee has no duty to:

  • Investigate person’s financial condition
  • Conduct independent property inspection
  •  Independently verify accuracy or completeness of statements by party in transaction reasonably believed reliable

  • To show or search for properties without compensation

Duties owed by a Licensee when Representing a Party:

Duties owed by licensee in all relationships listed above;

  • Not knowingly do anything that is adverse or detrimental to your interests;
  • Disclose all conflicts of interests to you in a timely manner;
  • If a matter is outside their area of expertise, advise you to seek expert advice;
  • Not disclose confidential information, even after the relationship ends, from or about you without written permission, except under a subpoena or court order;

  • Make a good faith and continuous effort to accomplish your real estate goals. However, once you have entered into a specific real estate transaction agreement, their efforts refocus on its successful completion.

Your Real Estate licensee may also work with a variety of other clients (they represent) and customers (they provide “specific assistance” to) in different working relationships. In those situations, “representing” or providing “specific assistance” to other sellers, buyers, lessors, and lessees does not create a conflict of interest while working with you, or within the duties mentioned above.

Occasionally, as a seller or lessor, a situation may arise that your Real Estate licensee also is “representing” another client (buyer or lessee) who then becomes interested in your property – or vise versa.

Prior to showing the property, the Real Estate licensee must obtain a written approval to be a “Neutral Licensee” for both parties. A licensee may not show property as a neutral licensee without obtaining your written consent entitled "Waiver of Right to Be Represented" and it will restate the duties outlined above and additional ones owed by your Real Estate licensee. Alaska real estate law allows, but does not require, you to Preauthorize a licensee to be a "Neutral Licensee.” Having a different “Designated Licensee” working for a seller or lessor and for the buyer or lessee in the same real estate transaction does not create dual agency or a conflict of interest for the real estate broker or for a licensee employed by the same real estate broker.

 Duties NOT owed by a Real Estate Licensee

Unless agreed in writing otherwise, the following are the duties your Real Estate Licensee does not owe to you:

  • To Conduct an independent investigation of a property
  • To conduct an independent investigation of anyone’s finances
  • To independently verify the reliability of the accuracy or completeness made by a party to a real estate transaction
  • To show or search for properties without compensation

 THIS DISCLOSURE PAMPHLET IS NOT A CONTRACT.

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Honey Bee Anderson
Real Estate Is My Buzziness....
Call Me .... For Every Move You Make
9040 Glacier Highway, Juneau , AK 99801
(907)723-4233, (907)555-1212 fax
honeybee@buzzhoneybee.com

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