Dual Agency

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Avoid a Lawsuit as a Dual Agent Selling Your Own Home

You’re ready to sell your house. Good thing you’re a real estate agent. You can represent yourself—and maybe the buyer, too (depending on your state)—streamline the process, and make more money. But before you do, understand the risks of a real estate lawsuit in a dual agent situation when you are selling your own property.Read More

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Case Study: Creation of an “Associate Licensee” and the Duty to Investigate and Disclose – Horiike v. Coldwell Banker

Real Estate Agent Fiduciary Duties Ruling In November 2016, California’s Supreme Court affirmed the Appellate Court’s decision in Horiike v. Coldwell Banker (2014) 225 Cal. App. 4th 427. Its significance is that where a real estate brokerage is representing the buyer and the seller in a transaction, albeit with separate real estate agents for theRead More

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How to Avoid Real Estate Lawsuits when Working as a Dual Agent

Dual Agency, where the real estate agent is acting on behalf of both the buyers and sellers, can be very attractive to some agents. Not only does acting as a dual agent streamline the transaction process, but it can also be more lucrative when the agent keeps the entire commission. (Dual agency can also meanRead More

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