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.
Real estate attorney, Jim Goldsmith reviews the challenges of dual agency representation in a real estate transaction.
Real estate attorney, Jim Goldsmith, gives guidance on how to get accurate disclosure information from sellers.
Real estate attorney, Jim Goldsmith, explains how deadline dates can adversely impact real estate deals.
Real estate licensees can be transient. When a sales associate moves on, the broker will likely take one of three paths…
“It depends” is the right answer to most questions. Here the question is whether it is legal to give thank you gifts to people who refer buyers and sellers to real estate licensees. The reason I can’t give a straight answer to this simple question is because it lacks the details that accompany real life situations.
The clear message is that when you sue for a fee, the client is going to bite by claiming that no fee was owed because of the malpractice committed by the broker or salesperson.