آخر تحديث - 17 ديسمبر 2020
Step 2: You must always disclose the amount (or the likely amount or method of calculating the amount). An effective way would be to provide a buyer/client with a copy of the MLS ® information that respects the property concerned, including the remuneration offered to a cooperating broker. This would be effective disclosure as long as the total amount or method of calculating the total amount is clear (for example. B, every bonus offered or additional amount is included in the information). If the buyer/client had this information at first, it would be a useful confirmation. It is obvious that an alternative method of disclosure would be necessary if a property that is considered is not mentioned on MLS®. Listing contracts may also have a broker safeguard clause that entitles the broker to a commission if the property is sold to a buyer introduced by the broker within a specified period after the expiry of the listing agreement. The period of implementation of broker protection clauses is often the same period as the listing agreement. 1. I am a real estate professional who works with a buyer and the seller is represented by another real estate professional.
What are my commitments? No no. The regulation provides requirements for real estate professionals who deal with the terms of disposal in “proposed sales and sale contracts” (i.e. offers). Once an offer has been accepted and a sales and sale contract is entered into, the advertising obligations set out in Section 8.2 of the Regulation are not triggered by a subsequent modification of the contract. However, they should draw the buyer`s attention to the fact that risks must be taken into account when changing the terms of an accepted contract. (For more information on these risks, see the practice of adding new terms to an addendum for the removal of questions from the Professional Standards Manual.) You should advise your client to seek independent legal advice so that he or she can understand their options in this regard. Land licensees who may receive a referral fee or other compensation on the basis of referral must inform their client in writing of what is required in Section 5-11 of the Internal Regulations. For a buyer`s representative, this requirement most often applies to the payment of mortgage transfer pay.
Dewriters who wish to learn more about title insurance and its application to residential and commercial businesses are encouraged to refer to the B.C. Real Estate Association`s three-part series (Articles 321, 322 and 323) dealing with this issue.