Kacy Clouser, Esq.

Staff Attorney
Kacy Clouser, Esq.

Kacy Clouser is a staff attorney for PAR. As an attorney, she is one of the voices that you will hear when calling the PAR Legal Hotline. She also assists with Standard Forms, both with the Committee and Feedback Panel, and other PAR contracts.

Kacy is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College and Widener University School of Law, now named Commonwealth Law School. Prior to joining PAR, Kacy worked as in-house counsel for a multi-tiered corporation. She also has experience in general civil litigation in private practice.

When not at PAR, Kacy spends time with her husband, daughter, and chocolate lab.

Latest Content by Kacy

Sold! Or Is It?

The listing agent may want to quickly advertise that the property has “sold” or is now under contract. And in some cases – particularly in today’s hyper-competitive market – the buyer’s agent may want to advertise the same thing to show other potential clients that they’ve successfully gotten a client’s offer accepted. How can agents advertise a “sold” property prior to actually closing the transaction?

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The Seller Died… Now What?

If a seller dies pre-listing or in the middle of a transaction, the answer isn’t always simple.

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PAR Releases New Commercial Property Management Form

A new PAR Commercial Property Management Agreement (Form CPMA) became available to members on July 1. 

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New and Revised Forms to be Released on July 1

New and revised forms include the Seller’s Property Disclosure, the Appraisal Contingency Addendum, the COVID-19 Property Access Notice and the Commercial Property Management Agreement:.

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Legal Hotline Hints

On the hotline, we really appreciate everyone working to keep it moving efficiently. Not only is the market insanely busy for all of our members, it makes the hotline that much more busy.

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Love Letters: Full of Risk or Reward?

When the market gets hot, buyers focus on what they can put in an offer package that someone else cannot. That leads to considering writing what some people call a love letter, a letter drafted by the buyer to the seller explaining why they think they are the right buyer for the property. The love letter has a lot of different potential issues, which can vary depending on what side of the deal someone is on.

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