- 21 grudnia 2020
- Autor Autopasja
Standard of Practice 3-2 does not exclude the listing broker and the cooperating broker from entering into an agreement on the modification of co-op compensation. (Adopted 1/94) Despite the requirement to return documents to the former client, brokers should ensure that they have retained copies of the documents necessary to meet the regulatory requirements for document retention. Section 8-10 of the Internal Regulations stipulates that a broker must keep, at least seven years after establishment, all financial documents, all account and trust documents, as well as many other records relating to the provision of rental management services. This requirement applies to all registrations, even if the real estate agent no longer provides rental management services to the client. Section 8-1 of the Internal Regulations requires all brokers to keep the necessary financial documents to ensure adequate and timely accounting of all real estate services transactions provided through brokers. In financial documents, it is necessary to distinguish between the funds received and paid by the real estate agent for his own account and the funds they received and paid on behalf of others. REALTORS® who negotiate as a representative or broker of sellers/clients or sub-agents of stock agents, must disclose this relationship to buyers/tenants as soon as possible and must provide buyers/tenants, no later than after the execution of a sales or lease agreement, with written confirmation of this disclosure. (Modified 1/04) REALTORS® on a special account with an appropriate financial institution, separated from its own resources, funds owned by realTORS for others, such as trustees, trust funds, client money and other similar items. [Hearing] REALTORS® legally manages the property of clients in accordance with the terms of their real estate license and their property management contract, taking due account of the rights, safety and health of tenants and others on the site. (Adopted 1/95, modified 1/00) It is a requirement for sub-agents to immediately disclose to the client`s representative all relevant facts before and after the execution of a sales or lease agreement. (Modified 1/93) When recommending real estate products or services (for example.
B homeowners` insurance, warranty programs, mortgages, title insurance, etc.), REALTORS® the client or client to whom the recommendation is proposed, financial benefits or costs, with costs other than real estate transfer fees, REALTOR® or REALTOR® will be disclosed as a direct result of such a recommendation. (Modified 1/99) [Hearing] If REALTORS does not participate in the sale or rental of a place of residence, REALTORS may transmit ® demographic information relating to a property, transaction or professional assignment to a party if this demographic information is (a) deemed necessary by REALTOR® to support or conclude a real estate transaction or professional assignment pursuant to Article 10, and b) is extracted from a recognized, reliable, impartial and independent source. The source of this information and the additions, deletions, changes, interpretations or other changes must be communicated in detail.