Terminating an Agreement by incorporating 'out clauses'

April 5, 2017

Terminating an Agreement by incorporating 'out clauses'

In our consumer research, we often ask one particular question: if you’re unhappy with the service you are receiving from your licensee, do you think you can fire them and sign up with another licensee? Nine times out of 10, the answer we hear is a resounding yes.

We’re here to explain that it isn’t quite that simple. 

Buying your first home takes more than a bit of luck

March 17, 2017

Buying your first home takes more than a bit of luck

Becoming a first time home owner is the result of making one of the largest financial transactions in your life and embarking on the exciting, though sometimes stressful and intimidating process of finding the right home for you. As a first-time home buyer, instead of simply hoping to stumble upon your very own pot of gold, it is best to prepare yourself as much as possible for this new chapter in your life.

What to do when you recieve an erroneous offer

March 13, 2017

What to do when you recieve an erroneous offer

Licensees know that selling property can be stressful on homeowners. After all, they are not just selling their property, but their home. Situations where there are short deadlines or competing offers may add stress to the matter, but it is crucial that the licensee continues to cross their t’s and dot their i’s.

What happens if you are representing a seller and you receive an offer on their property that is incorrectly completed? 

Co-Listing a Property

March 3, 2017

Co-Listing a Property

There are times when a seller may ask to co-list a property with another brokerage. This could be in hopes of greater exposure, or for assurance that they will have support should they want to work with a smaller brokerage who may not have the means to cover when licensees are out of town.

When co-listing a property, there are small but important differences to the paperwork requirements. Those requirements depend on which brokerages are co-listing the property and what their agency models are.

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