Financing Contingency Expires Three Days Before The Close Of Escrow

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Buyer May Cancel “As Is” Transaction During Inspection Period If Warranted Item Is Deemed Unsatisfactory

Posted on October 23, 2014 by

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Lender May Rent Space In Brokerage Firm Provided It Pays Fair Rental Value

Posted on October 23, 2014 by

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An Agent Should Not Represent A Family Member In A Dual Agent Transaction

Posted on October 17, 2014 by

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Offer Cannot Be Accepted After Contract Expires

Posted on October 17, 2014 by

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Real Estate Advertising Rules & Guidance

Posted on October 3, 2014 by Judy Lowe

By Commissioner Judy Lowe, Arizona Department of Real Estate K. Michelle Lind, Esq., Arizona REALTORS® Chief Executive Officer The Advertising of Real Property is Regulated by Law: Arizona real estate law defines “advertising” as: the attempt by publication, dissemination, exhibition, solicitation or circulation, oral or written, or for broadcast on radio or television to induce […]

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The Importance Of On The Job Safety

Posted on October 3, 2014 by Steven Boehle

In the wake of recent events and the passing of Arkansas Broker Beverly Carter we feel an obligation to educate all of our Members about the importance of safety. Join us in honoring the memory of Beverly Carter, a great real estate broker, by educating yourself on the importance of safety while showing a house, […]

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USING GOOGLE ALERTS TO STOP RENTAL SCAMS

Posted on October 3, 2014 by Scott Drucker

Despite repeated warnings from authorities and increased media coverage about rental scams and the scraping of on-line real estate listings, many consumers continue to fall victim. Because it’s free, CraigsList is perhaps the most common on-line platform used to perpetrate these scams. However, there are easy to implement techniques Arizona REALTORS® can use to protect […]

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Provided The Broker Has No Involvement, It Is Not Required to Maintain A File On An Agent’s Personal Home Purchase

Posted on September 29, 2014 by Richard Mack

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Referral Fee Agreement FAQ

Posted on September 26, 2014 by Scott Drucker

Q1. Why does the Referral Fee Agreement ask for identification of the Brokerage Firm Code and the Agent Code? A1. Disclosure of the Brokerage Firm Code and the Agent Code is requested to facilitate payment of the referral fee by identifying the appropriate branch and agent. Q2. What should an Originating Agent do if they […]

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