Listing Agreement Should Not Be Incorporated In The Residential Contract

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Buyer’s Agent Should Use Unrepresented Seller Compensation Consent Form While Representing A Buyer In A FSBO

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The Dodd-Frank Act Does Not Apply To Commercial Transactions

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Broker May Pursue A Buyer For A Commission With A Properly Executed Buyer-Broker Exclusive Employment Agreement (Buyer-Broker Agreement)

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Contract Requiring That Appraisal Fee Be Paid By Seller As Part Of Seller’s Concessions Is Enforceable

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Trustee Generally Has The Authority To Sign On Behalf Of A Trust

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Is Your Tax Deduction Lacking “Economic Substance”?

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Recently, social media sites frequented by Arizona real estate licensees have been abuzz over the IRS’s ability to disallow certain tax deductions on the basis that they lack “economic substance.” Because the deduction of business expenses is important to REALTORS®, AAR asked Tax Accountant Eric Viavattene of Dobbins Wealth Management to shed light on this […]

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Scottsdale Broker, Bob Hertzog, Gains A New Perspective By Giving Back

Posted on March 3, 2014 by Bethany Brannan

It was about this time last year that REALTOR® Bob Hertzog, a Scottsdale broker and founder of Summit Home Consultants, started volunteering with the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR). Active in social media, Hertzog said he often participated in conversations about the association and the industry. “It was easy to assume that no one was […]

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Wastewater Warrior Wins Again!

Posted on March 3, 2014 by Bethany Brannan

Lowell Fagen, Red Arrow Real Estate, was honored with a “Lifetime Achievement Award” by the Arizona Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (AzOWRA), at the organization’s recent annual meeting in Scottsdale. AzOWRA is a statewide, non-profit group whose primary mission is to develop and present educational programs relating to the needs of all stakeholders having an interest […]

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What’s Up in Housing? A Phoenix Market Snapshot

Posted on March 3, 2014 by Ron LaMee

Is business good or is it poor? Is it a buyer’s market or a seller’s market? It all depends on how you look at things, but both agents in the field and my friends at the Cromford Report say we’ve entered a buyer’s market. The concepts are pretty simple: if there are more homes available […]

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