Realtor® Keith represented two buyers, Bobby and Betty, and showed them four houses. Betty then asked to see one of the properties a second time, then a third, then a fourth. Bobby and Betty seemed as if they were on the cusp of committing to the house they visited over and over but told Keith they’d … Continue reading Guarantees? Don’t forget you could be wrong.
ORLANDO, Fla. – Dear Anne: My listing agreement with a seller is for six months, but this seller and I had a falling out three months into the listing. Advertising this property did not come cheap, and the cancellation fee would enable me to recoup my expenses, but the seller was unreasonable and refused to pay … Continue reading Dear Anne: What Does ‘Withdrawn’ Really Mean?
ORLANDO, Fla. – Dear Anne: As an avid reader of your articles, it never ceases to amaze me that when a member’s conduct is obviously unethical, you say it’s not. I want to know how can you can condone misconduct? I’ve been in the real estate business for 20 years, and the behavior I’m encountering these days … Continue reading Code of Ethics vs. Morality: It Can Be Confusing