There is a significant conflict when a listing agent brings a buyer, who is a friend, relative or even themselves, to the transaction. Even if the listing agent isn’t “representing” this potential buyer in the transaction.
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To avoid real estate transaction problems, a copy of the Pre-Settlement Walkthrough Report, signed by the buyers and sellers, should be included in all settlement files.
Attorney, Jennifer Denchak Wetzel, explains the basics of how title insurance protects land and real estate owners.
The second in a series of articles that addresses topics related to solar leases that are important to landowners.
A recent study revealed that housing discrimination by real estate licensees is still happening. Tips on how Realtors can recognize and eliminate illegal practices.
Addressing housing discrimination with your real estate clients. Realtors need to uphold the principals of fair housing, when dealing with clients.
As the buyer’s agent, what should you do if your buyer finds a material defect after purchasing the property. What to be aware of.
The last major change to the Standard Agreement of Sale for Real Estate (ASR) added the requirement that the buyer order a title report within so many days of execution of the agreement.
Substantive Changes Effective July 1, 2019
I thought the Arbitrator’s ruling was final: Why are we re-arbitrating our construction dispute? Beware Owners and Contractors: If you’re not careful, you could end up “re-arbitrating” your construction dispute after you thought it was resolved the first time.
Real estate attorney, Jim Goldsmith reviews the challenges of dual agency representation in a real estate transaction.
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