11/22/14 ~ APHW New warranty & pricing, all forms & packets have been updated. If you have any trouble please let me know which form or packet and I will correct.. below please find info from Luke Brock..
Layout:  We separated sections and made it easy to ready and the actual application page larger.  Matches our branding much better with larger fonts making it easier for homeowners to find what they are looking for.

We added a few new items in our Buyer’s Preferred Upgrade such as the Control Board (computer inside refrigerators since most are smart appliances now and basically have a mother board), Crane service for roof top A/C units.  The price of the option which also includes Freon/Refrigerant costs, etc… and icemakers, code violation charges, etc… is now $100 if a buyer wants it.  Seller’s Upgrade remained at $75.

We raised our cost by $9 on the lower cost warranty and $10 on the higher cost/low deductible option and eliminated the middle price.

We added a premium swimming pool option which covers high end pools, salt water pools, etc…

11/18 ~ Christmas Party sponsored by Cleveland Home Title will be in our office lobby on Wednesday, 12/3/14 from 5:30 - 8:30PM..  
Come one, come all..!

11/4 ~ Holiday office schedule..
Thanksgiving: Closed, Thursday & Friday ~ 11/27 & 11/28
Christmas: Closed, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday ~ 12/24 thru 12/26
New Years Eve: Closing, Wednesday 12/31 at Noon, then closed Thursday & Friday 1/1 & 1/2

11/4 ~ 1099's..
Like last year I will issue 1099's immediately after the New Year.  Your 1099 will reflect your net commissions (commission after legal fee and company split/BSF if applicable).  This makes it easy for your accountant as you will only report your 1099 income and amounts paid in for fees and you are done on the company side of things.  Thank you.

9/22 ~ IMPORTANT!  Please add the following language to your e-mail signature to fend off trouble..  

Nothing in this e-mail communication shall be construed as constituting a binding offer or counteroffer on behalf of a client, nor as consent to engage in any electronic transaction. 

I have recently spoken with legal counsel and there have been issues with texts and e-mail messages being deemed as binding electronic communications.  Best to stay away from texting when communicating negotiations and use e-mail at an absolute minimum with the above language included in your signature for protection.  Here are links to articles on the subject if you are interested:  OAR  Realtor.org

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