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FARM: Expired Listing? Let me help!

Use this first tuesday FARM Letter in your marketing. To request a FARM letter topic, or to see a list of all our FARM letter templates, visit our FARM Letter page. Download the PDF Template Download the Microsoft Word Template Text only I noticed your listing recently expired. Don’t give up on selling your home — let me help you take advantage of this unique time in the real estate market. Homebuyers looking to save money on their monthly mortgage payment are in a hurry to buy now. This makes your home more attractive and able to command a...

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FARM: A familiar face in real estate

Use this first tuesday FARM Letter in your marketing. To request a FARM letter topic, or to see a list of all our FARM letter templates, visit our FARM Letter page. Download the Personalization Instructions Download the Microsoft Word Template Text only I am pleased to announce that I’ve launched my real estate career! I’m now a member of a prestigious team of real estate agents who specialize in assisting buyers and sellers in the community. I’d love to help you with your next real estate transaction. Give me a call if you’re considering selling or purchasing a home...

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POLL: What percentage of your clients do not initial the arbitration provision?

What percentage of your real estate clients do not initial the arbitration provision found in CAR-type purchase agreements? 75% or more. 50%. 25% 10% or less. View Results This poll will close on June 5, 2017. Related articles: Arbitration in real estate contracts: Will you sign away your right to your day in court? Letter to the Editor: The enforceability of arbitration provisions...

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[M]ost people join CAR in order to obtain the forms, not for the other services. And if there were any viable choices for agents, CAR would immediately suffer as much as a 40% to 50% loss in membership. […] CAR owns the “for profit” company that produces their software, with top officers in CAR sitting in top management spots in ZipLogix. This is the living, breathing definition of a conflict of interest. […] On their website they parade their forms software as “free” when cost of their forms software for non-members as a percentage of their actual membership cost speaks for itself.

- William Tormey, on CAR is "dangerously close" to having a monopoly on real estate forms, counters PDFfiller

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