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Coronavirus Guidance: Commercial Real Estate
April 22, 2021
Buyers today are more informed than ever, thanks in large part to the abundance of real estate information on the Web.
But even when you're working with buyers who really know what they want, your job will likely require to you show several properties in person.
Ideally, at one of these showings, your client will fall in love with the property and start thinking hard about making an offer. What can you do to help them reach that stage? Here are 10 tips for making sure that the home-showing process moves along smoothly and efficiently (and safely, of course) as possible:
We live in a litigious society, and real estate agents and brokers are sued all the time — even if they don’t think they did anything wrong.
After a property closes, issues can come to light that make the new owners or the sellers upset and want to place blame on their agents. The best thing brokers can do is educate themselves and their agents on all the potential situations that could bring about a lawsuit, and, of course, by carrying errors & omissions insurance.
Forbes.com recently highlighted some of the most common mistakes Americans make that put them at more of risk of becoming victims of identity theft. Here are a few mistakes to avoid.