No no. Although agency relationships may exist if you act on behalf of the buyer without a written agreement, the best way to create an agency relationship is to include the rights and obligations of a broker and his client in a signed written agreement. TAR 1901 Third-party financing supplement for credit approvalTAR 1902 Communication on termination of TAT 1903 MODIFICATION of the TAT 1904 Agreement on Lead-Based Pain TAR 1907 Residential Property Affidavit T-47 TAR 1908 Sale of other real estate by k-uferTAR 1909 Avenant for back-up ContractTAR 1910 Seller Temporary Residential Rental TAR 1911 Buyer`s Temporary Residential LeaseTAR 19 12 Notices Regarding Contingency Under Addend to the Sale of Other Real Estate by Buyer TAR 1913 Seller Notice to Buyer of Contingency Removal by Agreeing to Back-up Contract TAR 1914 Seller Financing AddendumTAR 1915 Addendum for Coastal Area PropertyTAR 1915 1916 Addendum for Property Located Seaward of the Gulf Intracoastal WaterwayTAR 191 7 Environmental Impact Assessment Threatened or Threatened Species 1918 Short Sale Addendum TAR 1919 Loan Assumption AddendumTAR 1920 Exemption of Liability for Accepted Loans and Loans Accepted and or reinstatement of authorization goes from seller TAR 1921 Condominium Resale CertificateTAR 1922 Addendum for Property Subject to obligations TAR Member 1923 Subdivision information, including resale certificate for PropertyTAR 1924 Non-Realty Items Addendum to ContractTAR 1925 Buyer`s Walk-Through and Form TAR Acceptance 1926 Seller`s Request to Buyer submit New Offer 1929 Authorization to Obtain Consumer Report 1,933 Condominium Conversion AddendumTAR 1934 Condominium Information Statement TAR 1935 Seller`s Estimated Net ProceedsTAR 1936 Buyer`s Estimated CostsTAR 1941 Relocation Addendum It`s an illusion, that Texas is the status of “non-disclosure” state, list broker is not required to disclose sales data to their MLS. It`s not true. Rather, it means that the state government, including local assessment districts, cannot compel anyone to provide the sale price. TAR 1101 Residential Real Estate Listing Agreement Exclusive right to saleTAR 1102 Accommodation Listing Agreement Exclusive right to leaseTAR 1201 Farm and Ranch Real Estate Listing Agreement Exclusive saleAR 1401 Condo Addendum to ListingTAR 1402 Named Exclusions Addend add to the listTAR 1403 Exclusive Agency Addendum to ListingTAR 1404 List Change 1405 Request for Information from a Owners AssociationTAR 1406 Sellers Disclosure Release TAR 1407 Information on the installation of channels on siteTAR 1409 Relationship Intermediate Notice TEC 1 41 0 ListingTAR 1411 Keybox Authorization by TenantTAR 1412 Seller Authorization to Share and Advertise Certain InformationTAR 1413 Request for Mortgage InformationTAR 1414 Information on Specific Flood AreasTAR 1415 Residential Listing ChecklistTAR 1501 /Tenant Representation Contract 1503 Termination of Buyer/Tenant Representation AgreementTAR 1504 Communication from buyer`s representative to seller TAR 1505 Amendment of the buyer`s representation agreement/ Tenants 1506 General Information and Notification to a Buyer The Texas Listing Agreement is a legal document, executed by a real estate owner and a real estate agent, the broker with the power to sell or lease the owner`s property for a commission. The contract form should describe the property and its location, the list price, the broker`s and seller`s obligations, the broker`s remuneration and the expiry date. A seller and broker will most often enter into an exclusive listing agreement that will give the broker the exclusive power to sell the property on behalf of the owner.