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Who Should the Listing Agent Meet at the Seller’s Home?

(Partial) Realtor Job Description 2020: Multiple Choice Test your knowledge of modern residential real estate practice, and answer the following multiple choice question: Q:  Who should the listing agent (representing the Seller) meet at the home? A. The appraiser working for the Buyer’s lender; B. The home inspector doing the city Truth-in-Sale-of-Housing (“TISH”) inspection; C. The...
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Who Should the Listing Agent Meet Personally at the Seller’s Home?

Test your knowledge of modern residential real estate practice, and answer the following multiple choice question: Q:  Who should the listing agent (representing the Seller) meet at the home? A. The appraiser working for the Buyer’s lender; B. The home inspector doing the city Truth-in-Sale-of-Housing (“TISH”) inspection; C. The photographer; D. The Buyer’s home inspector. Correct...
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Listing Agents, Appraisals, and The Golden Rule

“The showing by Ross Kaplan (612-926-8005) ( rosskaplan@edinarealty.com) at 2725 France Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55416 (KeyBox# 32172172) began 01/12/2018 9:17AM.” –email sent automatically by Realtor’s electronic lockbox. What’s the best way for a listing agent (representing a Seller) to ensure that they’ll connect with the appraiser sent out by the Buyer’s lender? Note to...
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“Realtor Job Description 2015”

Who Should the Listing Agent Meet Personally? Test your knowledge of modern residential real estate practice, and answer the following multiple choice question: Q:  Who should the listing agent (representing the Seller) meet at the home? A. The Appraiser working for the Buyer’s lender; B. The home inspector doing the city Truth-in-Sale-of-Housing (“TISH”) inspection; C. The...
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An Ounce of (Real Estate) Prevention . . .

 . . . vs. a Pound of Cure The “ounce of prevention” — at least for the listing agent (representing the home seller) — is straightforward:  when the appraiser (representing the Buyer’s lender) schedules an appointment to view their client’s home, they email or call to introduce themselves. My usual m.o. is to tell the...
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