Although it's not pointing a finger directly at Zillow, the National Association of Realtors is warning that brokers who do not act in the best interests of their clients and fail to disclose the pros and cons of marketing strategies such as "coming soon" advertising may be exposing themselves to legal and professional liability. In an article posted on the trade group's website, NAR General Counsel Katherine Johnson listed the steps that brokers and agents should take to ensure that their clients are able to make an "informed determination" of whether a "limited" marketing campaign is in their best interests, and that they are in compliance with state real estate license laws and regulations, MLS policies and the Realtor Code of Ethics. Real estate listing portal giant Zillow launch...
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