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Larry's Legal Insights
OK, so: “What is: “AS IS?”
W hen an attorney representing a Seller prepares a Contract, the general rule is that the property is sold “AS IS”. The standard provision of a Purchase and Sale Agreement reads: “The Buyer represents, that the Buyer has inspected the property and is fully satisfied with the physical condition of the property and neither the Seller nor any representative of the Seller is making any representation, warranty or guarantee upon which the Buyer can relay: the property is being sold “AS IS”.
First, let us remember that legally, what is being bought and sold is . . . the LAND, not the house. READ LARRY'S COMPLETE ANSWER

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4 tips for using video tours to show off your listings
Why Video Tours Save Time and Money
Video tours give overzealous buyers the opportunity to see countless properties before narrowing down a list, thus decreasing the time you spend with them. It’s not about being lazy. It’s about having more time for finding and meeting other clients to make more sales. READ MORE
10 of the worst social media mistakes agents can make

Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram -- avoid these pitfalls

We all commit various crimes related to our online presence and social media platforms.
They have to stop. Whether you are a chronic online offender or a one-time culprit, here are the 10  social media mistakes  you have to stop now — and their simple fixes.
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for Teaching?
Are YOU Interested in Teaching CT Real Estate Pre-Licensing Courses?
If Your answer is YES...
Contact Terry Hastings Terry@TerryHastings.com
203 470 5434
CE Deadline Coming Soon...Don't Wait Get it Done  NOW
Classes at the Ridgefield Library
Seats Available for all Classes

  • March 14th, Wednesday, 10am - 1pm Ridgefield Library
Fair Housing  (Mandatory) ,   Terry Hastings, Instructor
  • April 11th, Wednesday 1 - 4pm Ridgefield Library
What to Expect When We’re Inspecting , Tiger Inspections
  • April 19th, Thursday 10am -1pm, Ridgefield Library
Financing a Home,   Terry Hastings, Instructor
  • April 25th, Wednesday 10am - 1pm Ridgefield Library
Fair Housing  (Mandatory) ,   Larry Riefberg, Instructor
  • May 3rd, Thursday 10am - 1pm Ridgefield Library
This Old House ,Tiger Inspections
  • May 9th, Wednesday 10am -1pm, Ridgefield Library
Ethics in Real Estate,   Terry Hastings, Instructor

All CT License holders must complete CE prior to every even-year renewal. The CE completion date for Salespersons is  5/31/2018  and 3/31/2018  for Brokers.    If you are a dually licensed agent you must take CE that is CT specific and certified for CT. If you have taken a class in NY it must give CE credit for CT and you must receive a certificate for CT. You may not apply any CE that was utilized for a previous license period to the current CE cycle. You are only exempt if you PASSED the CONNECTICUT LICENSING EXAM during the CE period  6/1/2016-5/31/2018

Non Members  may register for classes by sending an email to admin@rbors.com  and a check for $30 per class to:
Ridgefield Board of REALTORS 440 Main St.,Ridgefield, CT 06877
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