The video encourages you to review the Colorado Division of Real Estate’s flow chart describing when to use the Colorado Foreclosure Protection Act Contract here. If you come to the same answer with the Division’s flow chart and the information in this video, then you are probably right. If you produce different answers, you should … Continue Reading
Side agreements for personal property can be fraudulent. Learn how to avoid fraudulent side agreements for personal property.
Following Passage of the Restrictive Employments Agreement Act Last year, the Colorado legislature significantly revamped the state’s noncompetition and restrictive covenants statute. On August 10, 2022, the Restrictive Employments Agreement Act (the “Act”) became effective, implementing substantial changes to § 8-2-113, C.R.S., which statute encompasses Colorado’s restrictive covenant prohibitions. The Act has broad sweeping changes … Continue Reading
My Buyer will accept the Seller’s replacement home contingency so long as the Buyer can stick a fork in the deal if the Seller fails to go under contract to buy a replacement home by a deadline. Can the contract provide for this? Yes, learn how by watching this video.
Brokers can provide value to a client by acting as a buyer-of-last-resort of the client’s “old house.” Generally, brokers seek to avoid being that buyer-of-last-resort and seller would prefer to sell the property to a market buyer (who would tend to pay more for the property). Do Colorado regulations allow a listing broker to be … Continue Reading
In a balanced market, more sellers are choosing to accept offers from buyers who need to close on a sale of another property before closing on the purchase of the seller’s property. Deals with the CREC a “Conditional Sale Deadline” leave Sellers strung out until the buyer closes on the sale of the “old home” … Continue Reading
Yes, learn how by watching this video
Imagine that a week before closing your seller announces the seller will not close. Learn how to handle the situation when your client is the side that seems to be breaching the contract. See Part I: Seller Can Reject Full Price Offers
Colorado Real Estate Brokers: If you decide to conduct a showing or open house, you should consider protecting yourself, your brokerage firm, and your clients from COVID-19-related risks.
What Colorado Brokers Need to Know about Colorado’s Anti-Eavesdropping Statue?