Realtor's role in the offer process
Is the realtor obligated to share all the terms of the offer: identity of offerer, amt and location of earnest money depost, etc. In other words, am I, as seller, entitled to demand to see the paper? Did I sign away this right when I contracted to let him sell my house?
Looking back on all my buying and selling experiences, I recall always being very formal (on paper, pass $$, reveal my identity) when I make an offer, yet when I am selling the realtor does not present these documents to me.
In the past, with my eyes on the prize, I never questioned this, either as buyer or seller. Now I am questioning. I don't want the realtor to block me from stuff that is addressed to me. Is this typical, expected? I don't like it. His "service" in this regard, if it means I don't have access to all info, is a "disservice".