Gov. Tom Wolf announced additional restrictions designed to help address the most recent increases in coronavirus cases and the good news is that there are only a few items that look like they will directly affect real estate practice.
Pennsylvania has issued over a dozen new orders and advisories between last week and this week and though none of those orders specifically target real estate, PAR’s legal team outlines how several will impact your daily practice to varying degrees.
The state Department of Health announced additional rules in an effort to tamp down the rapid increase in COVID-19 cases and this provides a review of how those changes relate to real estate businesses.
Pennsylvania is currently under an “Order of the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health Requiring Universal Face Coverings.” This rule clearly applies to showings – that’s not really up for discussion. Wear your mask.
The Price Escalation Addendum (Form PEA) is one of the most misunderstood in the PAR forms library. You should review PAR’s guidelines for the form before using it, but let’s review a couple of the most common questions/complaints/misconceptions that we hear on the PAR Legal Hotline.
PAR handled over 8,000 tickets in our first year of answering hotline calls in-house – and plenty more in casual conversations or presentations made to local associations. But Realtors® have plenty of questions that get asked in other arenas and never make it to the hotline. How do I know? Because we see lots of […]