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Real Estate Agents: Understanding Easements and How to Minimize Liability

Easements are a non-possessory right to use land or a portion of property belonging to another person. Failing to recognize and educate clients as to the existence of any easements can curtail an otherwise routine real estate transaction and potentially lead to litigation. An easement may exist in one of two forms: affirmative easement orRead More

Minimizing Realtor® Liability When Listing Foreclosure Properties

Real estate brokers and agents are often hired by banks to market and sell properties after a foreclosure. When dealing with foreclosure properties, you may be confronted with a former owner who has not vacated the premises and/or removed their belongings from the foreclosed property. This article will discuss how you can minimize your liabilityRead More

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