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Buyer Side Requirement of the NAR Antitrust Settlement

Learn about one of the more important practice changes for buyer-side brokers: the inability of the buyer broker to make an agreement with the buyer to accept whatever the seller side is offering. Related Webcasts: Seller Side Requirement of the NAR Antitrust Settlement Is it Time to Think about Evolving Past the Realtor® Code of

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Is it Time to Think about Evolving Past the Realtor® Code of Ethics?

A portion of the Realtor® Code of Ethics provided part of the legal justification for the $1.78 billion jury verdict against the National Association of Realtors® in October of 2023. The offending language (and its accompanying case study) could be surgically removed from Article 16 of the Code. Perhaps, however, we have blind spots about

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Is Buyer’s Termination Over “Loan Availability” Legit?

What happens when a seller and a buyer disagree over whether the buyer’s termination of a contract due to lack of “loan availability” is legit? Watch this video to learn the four-step process to resolve these fights. This webcast links to other relevant webcasts: “Loan Termination” Splits in Two; Buyers Using Contingencies for Purposes other

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“How-To” for Common Styles of Subject-To Transactions

Watch this video to learn about the common styles of subject-to transactions and some the different risks of the common types of subject-to transactions. See also Parts I & II: Part I: Subject-To Transaction: Understanding the Concept Buyer and Seller Motivations. Part II: Subject-To Transaction: Learning the Jargon and the Key Deal Points.

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Jon Goodman is a shareholder with Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C., a Colorado law firm. His practice areas include Real EstateBrokerage LawContractsLand UseLeasingReal Estate TitleAssociation LawBusiness Law, and FinanceContact Jon Goodman.

Disclaimer — Content is general information only. Information is not provided as advice for a specific matter, nor does its publication create an attorney-client relationship. Laws vary from one state to another. For legal advice on a specific matter, consult an attorney.

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