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Contract Formation and Agency in the Digital Age

Most brokers and agents know that a contract for the sale of real estate generally must be in writing to be enforceable, and signed by the party against whom enforcement is sought. This is what lawyers call the “statute of frauds” requirement, and is designed to avoid, well fraud, in transactions involving real estate. ComplicatingRead More

Multiple Offers: Your Action Plan

While multiple offers are certainly enviable for listing agents, they also may be stressful and sometimes confusing. Most agents are well versed in the concept that an offer or counteroffer may be accepted, rejected, countered, or revoked. However, when offers come in multiples and there is urgency to formulate responses, it is imperative for theRead More

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