Window to the Law is a monthly video series that provides risk management tips and information to help real estate professionals navigate legal issues facing the real estate industry. This “Must Watch” list includes videos that address some of the fundamental legal issues real estate professionals face today. Access the entire library of Window to the Law videos, and watch for new episodes released at the beginning of each month.

Taking a Listing | Marketing Your Business | Avoiding Wire Fraud | Complying With Fair Housing | Navigating Today's Market

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Taking a Listing

Copyright Best Practices for Listing Photos

Learn how to obtain the necessary rights for your listing photos, and understand the rights granted to third parties such as MLSs.

Marketing Your Business

Comply With The Do Not Call Registry

Make sure your phone call marketing plans comply the federal law’s do-not-call registry restrictions.

Avoiding Wire Fraud

Preventing Cybercrime During COVID-19

Real estate wire fraud ranks #5 on the FBI’s list of most costly internet scams, with $221 million in losses in 2019. By being informed and staying vigilant, real estate professionals can protect themselves and their clients from cybercrime.

Complying With Fair Housing

NAR’s Fair Housing Action Plan

Common scenarios like providing a buyer with school information or taking a pocket listing can open up real estate professionals to potential discrimination issues. Find out how NAR is addressing these scenarios and more with its ACT! Initiative.

Navigating Today's Market

How to Handle Multiple Offers

Learn how you can help both buyers and sellers navigate multiple offers, alleviate misunderstandings and reduce the risk of discrimination.

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Window to the Law is a monthly video series that provides valuable risk management tips and information to help real estate professionals navigate legal issues facing the real estate industry.