In today`s real estate market, more and more agents are using social media profiles such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to market their offerings. While the use of the internet and social media can be a good way to draw attention to offers, it also carries considerable risks of endangering their customers` personal information. The Confidentiality and Confidentiality Agreement (CML-CNDA) has been amended in two ways to better protect privacy and confidentiality: the receipt of the report form (RFR) breaks down all reports made during a transaction. B such as inspection reports and securities reports. It is a form for the buyer to confirm that he or she has received the reports. CAR recently amended the form to place the most common inspections at the top of the list and added additional writing space in other inspections. The biggest change to the form is also that the seller is not obliged to react to bring the form into compliance with paragraph 14B (2) of the residential purchase contract. [Back to the top] In December 2018, the California Association of REALTORS® (CAR) released several new forms that brokers and real estate agents can use to simplify their business. In addition, revisions have been published for several CAR forms, which affect how real estate transactions can be conducted. There are other forms and revisions that will probably be introduced in the summer of 2019, and we will also inform about these changes! Below is a summary of the new forms and changes to existing forms: two new sections have been added to the Typical Housing Listing Agreement (RLA). The first change is the addition of a language indicating that the seller agrees to provide the broker with a copy of the list agreement to the Multiple List Service (MLS) if the MLS requires it.
In addition, a new language has been added regarding the seller`s intention to include a contingency in the purchase of a replacement property as part of a resulting transaction. [Back to the top] The Parts Compensation Agreement (SP) has been amended to allow a broker to link a lessor to the contract. In paragraph 1 of the form, the language was added to include the “owner” as a “principle.” [Back to the top] This new form, called the pre-occupancy storage additive, describes the conditions under which purchasers can keep their belongings in the home before the trust is concluded. This form creates a license – no leasing – and protects sellers from potential claims from a buyer that he has a lease or a right to be in the property. The form creates a license that ends at the end of the retraction and the buyer must delete the items within 3 calendar days of termination. During the process, buyers cannot visit or check their personal belongings. In addition, certain items such as firearms, ammunition and explosives are not allowed.