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If it is not in writing it doesn't exist.
Tony and Suzanne Marri...
Nina Hollander, Broker
It's always best to get it in writing.
Since real estate contracts must be in writing I don't know of any.
People shaking hands.
Everything needs to be in writing
When you fail to get the needed signatures on an agency disclosure form.
Chapter 2, Contracts
Lots of great answers in this thread as well as in responses to other people who have asked the same question.
Others have answered.
Giving client type advice to someone who is only a customer.
everything should be in writing....period....
Promises means nothing in RE. Signed dated or get notarized wet signature.
The root of it all? When you strongly suggest something instead of specifically stating it....you have implied.
Peter Mohylsky nailed this one!
Implied contract or implied agency???
Kimberly Taylor Implied or Ostensible is not a contract but applies to Agency. It can apply when a buyer you are not representing assumes you are representing them by your actions.
No writing leads to fighting!
Not in writing, it doesn't exist legally.
Often in Buyer Agency