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. residential buyer tenant representation agreement residential er tenant representation agreement use of this form by persons who are not members of the texas association of realtors is not authorized ©texas association of realtors inc 2006 buyer’s representation – texas realtors i understand that it s important to have a written representation agreement when representing a er and that it s required that a broker have a written agreement signed by the person agreeing to pay a mission to enforce this right against a client buyer representation agreement buyer representation agreement date buyer the law of texas requires a broker to obtain the written consent of both parties to serve as an intermediary in a transaction buyer authorizes broker to show to buyer properties which broker has listed for sale listed property if buyer wishes to purchase listed property buyer authorizes broker to serve as an intermediary between buyer texas association of realtors buyer tenant representation texas association of realtors er tenant representation agreement residential use of this form by persons who are not members of the texas association of realtors is not authorized buyer representation agreement 1 parties client name buyer representation agreement 1 parties the law in the state of texas states that a broker may not serve as an intermediary in a transaction unless both parties consent in writing notice if broker acts as an intermediary broker and broker’s associates a may not disclose to client that the seller or landlord will accept a price less than the asking price unless otherwise