In the world in which we live in today, if you haven’t been asked to electronically sign something, you’ve been hiding underneath a rock. Our comfort level with E-sign has rapidly evolved in the last ten years. Electronic signatures in real estate transactions are fast becoming the norm instead of the exception.
If a standard PAR (Pennsylvania Association of REALTORS®) agreement of sale is used in a transaction, there are 14 deadlines that must be met in order for the parties to be in compliance with the terms of the agreement. Missing any one of these deadlines can have dire consequences to the party that fails to live up to their end of the bargain.
A short video tribute to RE/MAX agents everywhere and their accomplishments in 2016.
The change in temperature has not deterred the local real estate market from continuing to perform at a high level.
In the competitive environment that we find ourselves in today, make your real estate purchase offer stand out.
I am often asked this question by both buyers and sellers. Buyers wonder why they are paying for two different reports that they think are the same thing. Sellers question why an appraiser didn’t find a deficiency in a home that the home inspector did. The best way to start this discussion is to define the purpose of each document and for whom it is being prepared.
Are you still trying to ‘sell’ stuff? Stop selling and start influencing. Apply the Six Principles of Influence form Dr. Robert Cialdini’s best-selling book, Influence: Science & Practice, to generate more sales.
A good reminder to sell the sizzle instead of the steak.
Consumers’ closing costs should not be a mystery when buying a home. Get the facts.