Jon Goodman has been a real estate attorney in Colorado for over twenty-five years, he is a shareholder at Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein P.C., and has been since 1994. Jon has published hundreds of real estate articles and is a frequent speaker on dozens of topics for the real estate industry. Clients include mortgage lenders (banks, savings and loans, mortgage companies), real estate brokers and salespersons, real estate companies, developers, property management companies, builders, subcontractors, suppliers, buyers and sellers. As an experienced real estate attorney, Jon has been quoted in various publications including, the Wall Street Journal, the Denver Post, and the Rocky Mountain News.
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This is the sixth video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19 identifying an approach for a “one-size-fits-all” Coronavirus COVID-19 contract clause in Colorado. If you seek to have us provide such clauses to you as your lawyer, then please contact Andrea Webster at 303-494-3000 to schedule an appointment.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Clauses that Dovetail with the CREC System This is the fifth video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19 providing solutions for managing Coronavirus COVID-19 risks in the Colorado Real Estate Commission form system. If you seek to have us provide such clauses to you as your lawyer, then please contact
Force Majeure and Coronavirus COVID-19 This is the fourth video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19 identifying general concepts about Force Majeure and impossibility of performance in Colorado as those concepts relate to Coronavirus COVID-19.
General Considerations for Coronavirus COVID-19 Contract Clauses This is the third video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19 identifying the general issues for creating and reviewing Coronavirus COVID-19 clauses.
This is the second video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19. It provides a process for addressing contract issues for deals that are already under contract (without COVID-19 clauses).
Must I Disclose that an Occupant had Coronavirus (COVID-19)? This is the first video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19 addressing a frequently asked question. The remaining five videos address contract clauses to manage Coronavirus COVID-19 risks.
Learn when to use the Agreement to Revive Contract form, how to use it and when not to use it.
NAR’s Clear Cooperation Policy Sellers will no longer be able to waive MLS rules that require listing brokers to promptly submit listings to the MLS. Brokers must enter the property into the MLS within one business day after the property is “publically marketed.” Learn how this rule will affect your business model and get a
Avoiding Seller “Blank Check Risk” For Inspection Resolutions Any time a seller agrees to repair something for a buyer, there is the risk that the repair will cost much more than the seller expects. Learn the pros and cons of the five basic options for protecting your seller against that risk. Video Transcription: Hi, this
Jon Goodman is a shareholder with Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C., a Colorado law firm. His practice areas include Real Estate, Brokerage Law, Contracts, Land Use, Leasing, Real Estate Title, Association Law, Business Law, and Finance. Contact Jon Goodman.
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