This is so very true, and well pointed out by Wanda. I wanted to reblog this to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to read this blog.
In my professional (or not so) opinion...
When someone gives you an opinion outside their expertise, are they to be held responsible? A perfect example is a statement made by the listing agent, "Oh, the home will appraise above offer price, no problem!" And then it doesn't.
One of the first things I remember from real estate school was: Do not give advice outside of your profession. That has served me well during my career.
If your clients have questions in the following areas, advise them to contact the appropriate professionals.
- Home Inspector
- Home Appraiser
- Title Person
- Lender Underwriter
- Tax Professional
- Real Estate Attorney
Is it worth the chance of losing credibility with your clients by being misunderstood, paying fines, and possibly losing your license?
In my professional opinion...NO!
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Valerie Osterhoudt, ABR
(Accredited Buyers Representative)
Is a Full Time Realtor® with with Johnson Real Estate, in Cromwell, CT who specializes in Homes and Condos For Sale in the Middlesex and Hartford Counties in CT.
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