A listing agreement, or listing contract, is essentially a contract that spells out the rights and duties of a seller and the real estate agent or broker.
You have decided that you are going to sell the house you are currently living in and own. (Pretend you own it, even if you do not. If you do not live in a house, you can use one of your friend or family member’s homes.) You have located a real estate broker, Martha Smarts of Sure Sale Realty of (your city or town), (your state). She has agreed to list your property for sale.
Using the Internet, locate the listing agreement/listing contract used by your state in real estate transactions. Once you have located the listing agreement/listing contract, use it to complete the agreement. Fill in all the details as you see fit (you may use a sample listing agreement or listing contract that you find Online as a guide). For example, you should decide what you want as a purchase price.