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Florida Real Estate Appraiser Faces Administrative Complaint for Dishonest Appraisal

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

Real estate professionals are obligated to act in an ethical manner at all times. After all, there is a lot on the line. They work with properties worth six or even seven figures. Lying or being dishonest can cost a professional their license. It can also ruin a sale and cost the client time… Read More »

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Breach of Contract in the Real Estate Industry

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

Real estate agents are hired by homeowners to sell their homes. Selling a home is not an easy task. There are inspections involved, as well as mountains of paperwork. Each step of the process requires the real estate broker to act in an ethical manner. If they are dishonest to the home seller or… Read More »

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Realtor’s License Suspended After Stealing Money From Customers

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

When people buy and sell houses, they often rely on real estate professionals to guide them through the process. After all, real estate laws can be quite complex. While real estate brokers and associates have to abide by a code of ethics, some do not. They may take advantage of customers and engage in… Read More »

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Developing Trust in the Real Estate Field

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

Buying or selling a home can be an expensive transaction. Home buyers and sellers rely on real estate agents to guide them through the process. They look to the agent’s knowledge and integrity to help them make the right decisions. However, given that real estate agents work on commission—meaning that they only earn money… Read More »

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2019 Changes to Code of Ethics for Realtors

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

With the new year comes new laws. Many changes to laws come about at the beginning of each year, and the code of ethics for real estate associates, brokers. Realtors and other professionals is no exception. While acting is an ethical manner is not specifically a law, there are guidelines you must follow as… Read More »