Liabilities in Real Estate Appraisal

December 6, 2019

During the process of selling a home, a real estate appraiser comes in to provide objective and unbiased opinions ...

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Who is Liable for a Property that is Damaged Before or During Closing?

November 1, 2019

Finishing the deal between a buyer and seller for a home is an intensive process that includes plenty of ...

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Offering Virtual Tours: The Pros and Cons

October 18, 2019

Real estate marketing is miles away from its original methods of buying and selling. Now, the aid of digital ...

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The Qualities of the Ideal Listing Agent

September 20, 2019

For listing agents, the push for a more streamlined and connected real estate environment presents plenty of pluses and ...

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Do Real Estate Agents and Brokers Need Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

September 6, 2019

Real estate brokers and agents operate on their own accord at times, heading out to properties and working with ...

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Are You Liable for Missing Items During a Showing?

August 2, 2019

Real estate agents and brokers have so much on their plate when they’re trying to sell a property. From ...

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Real Estate Misrepresentation Claims: The Major Types and How to Prevent Them

July 5, 2019

For real estate agents and brokers, there’s enough to worry about when it comes to working with clients. From ...

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Reputation Management – Why It Is Important and What You Can Do To Monitor, Manage, and Build Yours – Part III (of III)

June 25, 2019

This is the third part of a three-part series on reputation management. If you haven’t yet, read Part I ...

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How to Come Back from Reputation Damage

June 21, 2019

In the world of real estate sales and brokering, reputation is everything. And with so much access to information ...

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Reputation Management – Why It Is Important and What You Can Do To Monitor, Manage, and Build Yours – Part II (of III)

May 31, 2019

This is the second part of a three-part series on reputation management. If you haven’t yet, read Part 1 ...

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