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Bob Hunt: What’s In A Name? Apparently, A Lot

There are six people who are outstanding writers, they are students of Duane Gomer Education past and future, and I consider them all good friends. Number 1 in our series is Bob Hunt, successful San Clemente Broker, contributor to Realty Times, author of the #1 Ethics book for Real Estate. http://www.huntteam4re.com. Note: this article was […]

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Guest Writer Bob Hunt – Small Claims

Bob Hunt Is An Outstanding Writer And Friend He has written an article on Small Claims Court. Hopefully, none of you will ever have to go there, but if you do, you should be prepared. This article will prepare you. Thank you Bob for allowing me to share this. Small Claims Court Manual Is Helpful […]

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What Do You Do When a Seller Wants to Stay in Property After Close? Ask Mr. Hunt

Why Do Sellers Stay On Property After Closing the Deal? It is very difficult for sellers to completely plan the “exact” date of departure. Lenders, Escrow Officers, Buyers, Inspectors, Regulators, Transaction Coordinators, and others can do things entirely unannounced that can change dates. Also, sellers sometimes believe if their Purchase Escrow is delayed, their Sale Escrow […]

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Proud Grandfather; Bob Hunt

Bob Hunt – A Man of Multiple Roles Anyone who has read my emails or Facebook posts knows about Bob Hunt, the celebrated Writer, Realtor, Ethicist, etc. from San Clemente. I have forwarded many of his articles, and we just completed a Collection of the Best of Bob Hunt’s Articles, over 200 pages of Real […]

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FHA AND VA CERTIFICATION ARE USEFUL FOR CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENTS

Buyers who qualify for FHA and/or VA mortgages are frequently shut out of purchasing opportunities because there are many condominium developments that have not obtained approval from the FHA or VA.  A recently-approved law in California aims to help rectify that situation. On Wednesday, August 12, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 596 […]

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Personal Assistants Still Not Independent Contractors

There has been a fair amount of celebrating in the real estate industry over a recent Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling that upheld the independent contractor classification of real estate salespersons.  However, not only is the decision in Monell v. Boston Pads a rather narrow one, based on an unusual circumstance in that state’s law, but […]

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NAR Report Tells Where Dangers Lurk

Last week we discussed the D.A.N.G.E.R. Report that was recently released by the National Association of Realtors® (NAR).  NAR commissioned Stefan Swanepoel and his T3 group to prepare the report on threats facing the real estate industry.  D.A.N.G.E.R. here stands for “definitive analysis of negative game changers emerging in real estate”.  The report’s results are […]

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Arbitration Awards are Not Easily Overturned

Suppose an arbitration award is based on the arbitrator’s erroneous understanding of the law.  Then you appeal the award and get it reversed, right?  Probably not.  Courts are extremely reluctant even to hear appeals of arbitration, much less to reverse them.  A recent Federal Court case ( Sotheby’s International Realty v. Relocation Group, U.S. Court […]

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