As buyers and sellers second-guess their desires to seal the deal in an uncertain world, many are citing reasons related to the pandemic as justification for breaking contracts. As a result, threats of legal action and lawsuits between buyers and sellers appear to be on the rise
by Lillian Dickerson | May 28
Four ways to protect yourself from exposure to arbitration, litigation and mixed-up memories before it's too late
by Bernice Ross | Oct 15
Handling the intricacies of condo and townhome HOAs for clients
by Glenn Shelhamer | Oct 14
Here’s how a case that has nothing to do with RESPA may impact those subject to RESPA
by Amy Tankersley | May 18
Learn what you can do to avoid being sued by angry renters and employees
by Inman | Feb 25
Take these steps to keep your business safe
by Jackson Cooper | Jan 6
Save yourself a headache by having a system in place
by Mark Lee | Nov 20
If something is said often enough it's true, right?
by Jeff Bergstrom | Oct 23
Move loses bid to provide ListHub-powered platform for broker-lead initiative
by Andrea V. Brambila | Oct 14
Rules differ depending on the federal agency backing the loan
by Amanda Rosenblatt | Sep 2
Permits exist for a reason -- they provide homeowners with additional protection
by Michael Abdy | Aug 28
CAR economist discusses latest trends at AFIRE conference
by Bernice Ross | Jul 11
Lawsuits against other companies stayed pending patent challenges
by Andrea V. Brambila | Feb 12
What's your exit plan?
by Bernice Ross | Aug 4