Last week I addressed five mistakes to avoid getting into legal and ethical trouble. Here are an additional five that you should be aware of.
Posts Tagged ‘inspection’
It seems that just when you think you have the real estate market figured out, it changes. Not so long ago many real estate agents were juggling short sales, but today in many areas they are now grappling with multiple offer situations. Multiple offers are here to stay as inventory levels continue to decline due […]
This is our final article in my “What If” series. If you would like to read the entire series, click the links below: WHAT IF? Essential words when working with buyers to write an offer WHAT IF? Essential words to use when working with sellers WHAT IF? Essential words to use when pre-qualifying a buyer […]
Q: Denise, what is the best strategy for getting sellers to be realistic about the repairs that might show up on the inspection report? A: As an agent, I have always encouraged my sellers to get a pre-inspection to identify potential issues before the buyer even gets involved. This is to prevent a small repair […]
Contracts are written for a very important reason: to protect all parties in a real estate transaction in the event that something should go wrong. While it is never the intent of any real estate agent to end up on the wrong end of conflict in a real estate transaction, things can go wrong and […]
WHAT EVERY AGENT NEEDS TO KNOW! I was approached a few months ago by clients of mine, real estate agents who were in the midst of a legal dilemma. They had been served with legal documents because the buyer they had sold their home to had decided to sue them two years after the sale. […]