(b) A broker may collaborate with a single party in separate transactions because of different relationships, including, but not limited to the sale of a property as a seller, and collaborates with that seller when purchasing a different property as the buyer`s representative, if the broker respects that deed when establishing relationships for each transaction. A broker who has worked with a seller, lessor, buyer or tenant as a transaction broker may act as a broker for the seller, landlord, buyer or tenant, if the real estate agent respects this action in establishing the agency relationship. “Any residential property buyer is informed that the property may be exposed to dangerous concentrations of radon gas inside, which expose my residents to the risk of developing radon-induced lung cancer.” A Class A human carcinogen, radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and the second most common cause overall. Kansas law requires sellers to disclose all known information from the seller that shows high concentrations of radon gas in residential real estate. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment recommends that all buyers have an indoor radon test done before purchasing or occupying residential properties. All radon tests must be performed by a radon measurement technician. An increase in radon concentrations can be easily reduced by a radon reduction technician. For more information, see www.kansasradonprogram.org. (p) A licensee cannot contact the seller or lessor directly or negotiate a sale, exchange or lease of real estate if the taker knows that the seller or lessor has an exclusive agency contract or an exclusive right to sell with another broker.
The representative of a buyer or tenant or sub-agent may make an offer to the seller or lessor if the seller or broker of the seller or lessor is present. (2) A broker works with a buyer or tenant as a sub-agent of the seller or lessor by accepting an offer from the sub-agency. (c) A broker may be mandated as a transactional broker by verbal or written agreement with the seller, lessor, buyer or tenant. A broker is considered a transaction broker, unless: (e) To establish an agency relationship with a buyer or tenant, a broker must enter into a written agency agreement with the party no later than signing an offer to purchase or lease. “Kansas law requires people convicted of certain crimes, including certain violent sex crimes, to register with the sheriff of the county where they reside. If you want information about these filers as a buyer, you will find information on the homepage of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) in www.Kansas.gov/kbi or by contacting the local sheriff`s office. (2) that an affiliate licensee acts as a designated agent for the buyer and broker or online broker overseeing the designated agent and, if necessary, as a licensee as a transaction broker; or 58-30,103. written agency agreements; brokerage contracts for transactions in writing. (a) Unless it acts as a transaction broker or as a seller, buyer, lessor or tenant, a broker acts only as a legal agent in the execution of a real estate transaction. No licensee may act as a dual agent or as a dual agent and an undisclosed contractor.
Kansas Statutes Annotated 12-6a20 Disclosure by Seller; Recognition. In the context of the contract or prior to the execution of a contract for the sale of a property subject to a particular predisposition or royalty within the meaning of K.S.A. 12-6aa01 ff. and its modifications, the seller must inform the buyer that the property is subject to such taxation or royalty or that it is in an improvement zone created according to the K.S.A.