Breach of duty
One of the most common complaints filed against real estate agents revolves around the concept of breach of duty. In this blog, we'll delve into what breach of duty entails, provide examples of actions that could lead to such breaches, and emphasize the potential legal ramifications agents may face.
What is unethical conduct in real estate?
How do I report a real estate agent in New York?
To check if your real estate agent is licensed or to report a complaint, visit www.dos.ny.gov or call (518) 474-4429. To become a licensed real estate salesperson, an individual must take specific coursework and pass an exam on New York real estate law and practice.
How do I file a complaint against a real estate agent in Florida?
File a complaint.
Should you need to file a complaint against a broker, you may contact the Florida Real Estate Commission at (850) 487-1395. Additionally, you should file a complaint with the Attorney General's Office online at www.myfloridalegal.com or by phone toll-free at 1-866-9-NO-SCAM.
What happens when a REALTOR makes a mistake?
If this happens you may have legal options available to you. Misrepresentation, dishonesty, or some other type of failure on the part of a real estate agent can be grounds for filing a small claims lawsuit. Other legal options include filing a complaint with the appropriate state licensing agency.
What is a good CapEx real estate?
Alternatively, some experts recommend setting aside 1% to 2% of your rental property's value each year into a CapEx account. For example, if your rental property is valued at $200,000, you should aim to put away $2,000 to $4,000 annually. This may seem like a lot, but even small expenses can add up over time.