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CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST NAR AND LARGEST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE BROKER FRANCHISORS

On March 1, 2019 Christopher Moehrl on behalf on himself and all sellers of real estate in America, filed a class action lawsuit against the National Association of Realtors, Realogy Holdings Corp., Homeservices of America, Inc., RE/Max Holdings, Inc., and Keller Williams Realty, Inc. alleging that these entities violated the Sherman Anti-trust action by requiring […]

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Real Estate Lawyers Guide to a Residential Real Estate Transaction – Part III – To Hire a Buyers Realtor?

In part II of this series I explored the issues and information that a buyer should gather before buying a house.  In part III, I will discuss the use of a realtor for a buyer. A good realtor should be a resource of information for the buyer.  Most of the information that a buyer needs […]

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Real Estate Lawyers Guide to a Residential Real Estate Transaction – Part II – Where to Buy

Where to buy your house?  There are some obvious consideration, such as distance from your job, family and friends.  But in order to start your home search, generally you will need to narrow down your choices of locations. Judge Richard Speers, who was a bankruptcy judge in Toledo for decades, told me when I was […]

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Real Estate Lawyers Guide to a Residential Real Estate Transaction – Part I – Before you Buy

Buying a home is a big decision and will requiring some planning on your part, especially if you are a first time home buyer. The place you need to start, before you consider where to buy or how many bedrooms is you need to answer the question, how are you going to pay for the […]

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Real Estate Lawyers Guide to a Residential Real Estate Transaction – Introduction

I have noticed there is a lot of information published about the subject of buying or selling a house, but very little of it comes from the a lawyers prospective.   In fact most of the information is provided by someone selling services (lenders, realtors, zillow, ect), which is fine, provided you understand the source of […]

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