The National Association of Realtors and brokers advise agents to have conversations with clients but to refrain from disclosing medical information without prior approval
by Patrick Kearns Jul 9
Knowing when you need to take an issue to the next level
by John Giffen Jan 12
Homeshoppers will likely run for the hills if they see these potential problems
by Carl Medford Oct 30
Sellers are far more likely to agree to a $300 credit, than replace 30 $10 items, so use safety or failure of an expensive system as your guide
by Missy Yost Oct 7
The differences in boundaries and expectations can mean everything
by Bernice Ross Aug 15
A couple in Monterey, California, is suing the former owners of the property and the agent who helped them make the purchase in 2000
by Caroline Feeney Jun 23
Let your clients know, for RESPA's sake
by Ryan Fitzgerald Apr 20
It's not all sunshine and rainbows, but many buyers will understand the value
by Sebastian Frey Jan 20
Provide your clients with extra value by using this illustrated list to help them avoid refi faux pas
by Inman Nov 2
Website searches property records to find out if home is stigmatized by death or incident
by Amy Tankersley Oct 26
Buyers think sellers' contractor choices are inadequate
by Barry Stone May 22
Are previous seller, inspector liable for failing to disclose unpermitted addition?
by Barry Stone May 15
Broker-client relationship key to level of service
by Inman Feb 24
A look at some of the worst-offending states
by Steve Bergsman Jul 14
Know how to respond to common questions
by Bernice Ross Apr 28