SureClose Broker FAQ

Posted on October 23, 2013 by

 Updated 10/23/2013 Q:           As a SureClose® broker, how are my costs and technical support going to change? A:            In 2014: Beginning January 1, you will be billed by SureClose® $1 per file created. That is a one-time charge that provides access to the file for seven years.  You will continue to call AAR Business Services for [...]

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Broker Letter Regarding SureClose

Posted on October 23, 2013 by Bethany Brannan

In 2008, AAR began offering transaction management (TM) through SureClose®. At the time, few choices existed in the marketplace and it was expected that SureClose® would become a statewide platform. Since 2008, numerous other TM systems have been developed. Some existing SureClose® brokers have even moved to other systems and, as a result, monthly SureClose® [...]

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Arizona Real Estate Terms & Conditions

Posted on September 16, 2013 by

Shipping Local Orders: Most internet orders will be processed and confirmed the same day. Orders placed each week before 9:00am Thursday will be shipped on Friday. Orders placed after 9:00am Thursday will be shipped the following Friday. Single orders are shipped via USPS. Volume and bulk orders will be shipped via UPS. A physical address [...]

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Arizona REALTORS® Help Families of Fallen Yarnell Hill Fire Fighters

Posted on July 2, 2013 by

On behalf of the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR) and the Arizona REALTOR® Disaster Assistance Foundation (ARDAF), a donation will be made to the 100 Club of Arizona in the amount of $5,000 to help the families of these 19 fallen heroes.

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Consumer Assistance: Foreclosure

Posted on January 3, 2013 by

Here are some options and resources for a homeowner in default. Contact the Lender or a HUD-Approved Housing Counseling Agency Although a common response to a problem making house payments is to ignore the lender, that is the worse course of action for a homeowner in default. The lender must be contacted as soon as [...]

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REO Reality Check – 10 Tips To Get Your REO Offers Accepted And Closed

Posted on December 18, 2012 by

As a broker/manager of a large real estate office (291 licensees as of July 2008) in a city (Las Vegas) that is dealing with 70%+ of monthly closed transactions being short sales and REOs, I’ve written this post with the intention of educating and spreading the word to as many people as possible that there [...]

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Troubleshooting

Posted on December 10, 2012 by

Problem: When I try to log on to AARonline and click Submit, my login information disappears and the page just sits there, I reach an affiliate member page, or I know I am entering the correct email and password but it gives me an error. What do I do? Solution: There are several possibilities as [...]

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Professional Standards Newsletter, September 2012

Posted on December 10, 2012 by

A CENTURY OF PRIDE AND PROFESSIONALISM – THE CODE OF ETHICS CENTENNIAL   The Code of Ethics is turning 100 in 2013!  Perhaps you already knew that, but did you know the privilege to invoke arbitration existed in the 1913 Code of Ethics and that privilege has remained in the Code for the last century?  [...]

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Arizona Real Estate: A Professional’s Guide to Law and Practice (Purchase Page)

Posted on November 28, 2012 by Michelle Lind

Ordering MethodsMember Price:  $21.99 + ShippingOnline (Hard Copy): Via Google Checkout (Shipping Included in Prices Below)                           $24.91 – AAR member – 1 book $49.82 – AAR member – 2 books $72.72 – AAR member – 3 books $95.23 – AAR member – 4 books $117.51 – AAR [...]

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Procuring Cause & Buyer Agency

Posted on March 27, 2012 by Alice Martin

The Scene: You meet Buyer Betty at a party and she tells you that she’s getting ready to write an offer on a house she saw last weekend. You ask her if she’s represented by an agent and she says the only one she talked to was the listing agent. You tell her that it would [...]

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