@bhennen123, as per your question:
- “…Seller doesn’t agree on…the dual agency broker.”
- “…Do you have one in the area you recommend?”
I am a South Carolina Real Estate Broker-In-Charge.
It is perfectly understandable that the Seller does not want their Listing Agent representing both the Seller and the Buyer (“Dual Agency”).
In South Carolina a “Dual Agent” is not the same as having your own exclusive agent.
As per the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation documentation concerning Agency Relationships In Real Estate:
“Also, a dual agent may not be the advocate for either party and cannot negotiate for nor advise either as to price or terms.”
Personally, I do not do “Dual Agent”.
My Husband is my biggest Client and if a Buyer or Seller (depending on the transaction) comes directly to me I will not represent both parties.
Since at Closing the Seller is paying the Commission for both sides, it would be advantageous for you to enlist a Buyer’s Agent that has closed Mobile Home Parks and is knowledgeable in the area of MHPs.
In South Carolina an Attorney is used to “Close” (Complete) the Real Estate Transaction. There are specific Attorney Fees for the Buyer and specific Attorney Fees for the Seller.
The Buyer selects the Closing Attorney. The Seller can use the same Closing Attorney or another Closing Attorney. If the Seller uses a different Closing Attorney, their Attorney Fees are more expensive than using the same Closing Attorney.