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Should you or shouldn’t you pay a subagent?

From time to time, we will get calls on the Hotline about the “legality” of a listing agent refusing to compensate a subagent. The reason most frequently given by listing agents is a belief that they are protecting their sellers from liability. The easy answer to the question is that the law does not require a listing agent to compensate anyone, nor does the NAR Code of Ethics.

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PAR officially opens new home

“For 30 years our headquarters was located in Harrisburg but as the association grew we required a larger facility to accommodate our members’ needs,” said PAR President Greg Herb. “This newly renovated building gives our staff the opportunity to serve our more than 30,000 members across Pennsylvania.”

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Know when a property inspection requires a specialist

Home inspections should be conducted as early as possible in the home-buying process. Even if a buyer has 15 days to perform a property inspection, make sure that the inspection takes place within the first several days of the contingency period. When the report is issued carefully review it with your buyer.

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It’s always the broker’s deal

Agents often want to know why they can’t take “their” clients with them when they switch brokerages. This will give some insight into the legal relationship with the consumer and how agents and brokers can address change.

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