I will be cutting out for time away starting Saturday, July 9th.. If you need me for anything please let me know beforehand. I'll be back at it on July 27th. Thanks, BGW
Please bring your win for the month and any issues you are faced with.. Thanks, BGW
to offer MLS training. Thanks, BGW
In observance of the July 4th holiday. Thank you! BGW
When one agent writes an offer for two or more different buyers at the same time on the same property the rules have changed on how to handle. This ARTICLE explains the rules in a general way. The article was written before the law was passed so hoping a more detailed article will be forthcoming. Thanks, BGW
The above topic has been raised on a couple occasions and so I contacted my insurance person to look in to it. It is best that the seller maintain their homeowner's insurance after closing up until they move out so they are covered on their contents and for liability purposes. If they will be staying longer than approximately 14 days (extended time such as 30 days or 60 days) they should have a renter's policy. Thanks, BGW
Gae brought this to my attention and so I thought I'd pass along for those of you who didn't know. Here is LINK to law. Thanks, BGW
Please click HERE for article.. Thanks, BGW
Recently I read an article that discussed above. In the NEOHREX system whether we be in CRIS or NORMLS we do not need to be concerned about being protected in terms of cooperating compensation. If we sell something in CRIS we are obligated to be paid per the rules. However, if you sell something In Firelands you are not. In other words, if you show and sell something they can refuse cooperating compensation because we are not a part of their MLS. I have not run in to this and can't imagine why someone would not cooperate but thought you should know that it is not just a given that because we are all REALTORS that you can assume you will be compensated. On the occasion that you might show something you can ask for written confirmation from listing agent before showing it. I don't believe we have to worry about most agents for two reasons: 1) Most don't even know about this. 2) Most would gladly cooperate. Thank you.
Yesterday, one of our sellers had some of their personal belongings stolen. An agent working with a buyer showed their home and the buyer unlocked the front door and came back immediately after leaving the property and went in and took belongings. The owner caught the person and they fled the scene. The showing agent was told by buyer that they were buying cash and needed to find something right away. Fortunately the owner was able to get the license plate.
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