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  • Beware the Perils of Land Contracts A land contract is an agreement in which the seller of a property agrees to personally finance the sale for the buyer instead of going through a third-party entity (such as a bank). The buyer pays periodic ...

  • REALTORS ® work hard to support the American Dream, so use the Fourth of July to share information about homeownership with your clients. Write an email or a note to let them know how excited you are to be working with them and how happy you are that ...

  • Subjective Opinion vs Objective Standard Everyone has an opinion, but is every opinion correct? Topics as meaningless as grape or cherry can spawn fierce, if good-natured arguments. If you’re discussing popsicle flavors, opinions are fine. But subjective ...

  • Missouri REALTORS ® , I’d like to start by saying, it was a great ending to the First Regular Session of the 100th General Assembly. At 4:03 p.m. on Friday, May 17, the House took up the Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 36, or as it ...

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  • Failure to Supervise Agents Can be a Critical Omission Allowing an agent to conduct business under your license comes with the responsibility of oversight and supervision. Being aware of an agent’s activities and making inquiries when appropriate ...