Problem is none of this applies to real life.
I honestly can't remember when I last had sellers in my office and I've been selling 90 to 100 places the last three years. It is called DocuSign.
Good luck getting a REALTOR® to deduct half the commission with the new agency rules. Why would a REALTOR® work with an unrepresented party when they would make the same amount if you came in with representation which is way less riskier and way easier for the listing REALTOR®.
As for the lawyer comment, how is he or she going to open the lockbox? I've never seen a lawyer at a showing in my entire career. Also, there is no way any reputable real estate lawyer would do this for a variety of reasons including conveyancing referrals.
As I said, making an unrepresented offer is a solid strategy for a savvy buyer but the rest of your comments just have no relevance to how things actually work.
the realtor I worked with did it, that's all I'm saying. By my example, it is real life I am living proof
Does the law as you wrote say you have to go inside the house? NOPE. By what the law says they have to cross the property line and say there is the house and then bye. Did they meet the conditions of ""Buyer agent must physically introduce Buyer to property or Co-op fee reduced to $1,000." YUP
Who says the lawyer has to show up at a showing. You do all the leg work and when you are ready to buy then engage the lawyer, its pretty simple
Basically what I am hearing from you is you want to protect your profession and reasons why people need a salesman.
anyway, I am not going to beat this to death. If anyone here wants to use the strategy, my advise is free of charge, I get nothing for it and just passing on the savings