One of the fun things about being a real estate agent is that for the most part, you’re an independent contractor (unless you’ve got a different arrangement). It’s a bit of a two-sided coin—you get the freedom to run your own business, but you also get all the responsibility that comes with it.
And that means managing every aspect of your business finances—even when they’re blended with your personal finances.
As far as a seller’s concerned, once the house is sold, that’s it. They don’t have to worry about it anymore. But if they forget to disclose something about the home’s condition, that’s not necessarily true—and it can come back in the form of a lawsuit later.
That's why we felt it important to provide a solution in Marketplace to help you easily guide your sellers through those disclosures—and protect them well after the fact, too.
With interest rates falling in the U.S., more and more first-time homebuyers are venturing out in hopes of finding their first homes—but the current situation may leave them without as much wiggle room in the budget as they’d like.
So today, we’re introducing a new partnership in Marketplace to help keep the wiggle room they do have safe.