Over the next few weeks, we’re going to be posting a series of videos providing background information about the sorts of legal pitfalls real estate professionals might face. As part of this series, we’d really like to interview some of you about your business-related “experiences” (good, bad, and otherwise) with the legal system. Help educate your fellow agents, share your triumphs with the world, and/or anonymously vent about the loopholes which tripped you up.
If you’d like to share your story anonymously, for whatever reason, that’s also an option (perhaps by using the standard video anonymizing tricks or having someone else reenact your interview, etc.). If we can verify the accuracy of the story, we’d even be willing to hear about things which happened to “your cousin” or “your former colleague.”
Also, if you have questions you’d like answered, issues you’d like us to cover, or know a lawyer you’d like to hear from, send them our way, either by commenting on this post, or emailing us.
Thanks in advance for helping us help you!
Today, we would like to personally invite real estate agent professionals to participate in our legal series by contacting us at Benutech, or me personally at firstname.lastname@example.org. What we are looking for is agents who’ve had a circumstance regarding litigation, threat of litigation, letters from attorneys, and failure-to-disclose issues so we can interview you on what you would have done differently, what you learned from experience, and how did you overcome these issues? So we are asking real estate agents and brokers to participate in our interviews to help others avoid this litigious and time-consuming litigations.
Thank you in advance and we hope to hear from you soon. Again, I’m Tom Iovenitti, and see you next time on ReboReports.