Patricia Feager and Kathleen Daniels are hosting the March challenge. Your challenge is to use critical thinking. Only original content qualifies. Think about a scenario that can march you into trouble. Please write about a scenario that has the potential to come up during a real estate transaction.
The issue you face may create a conflict that needs to be avoided and/or resolved. As a Professional you need to neutralize the conflict, terminate your agreement, or get Legal advice for risk reduction. We are not practicing law. Your response will be relevant to real estate practice and law in your state.
This blog post is for educational and learning purposes only. Please do not share personal and factual information. Keep confidential information confidential. Be sure to change the names or the circumstances to protect both the innocent and the guilty.
It is okay to keep your post for Members Only.
You may write up to three blog posts for entries to receive 1,000 points per entry. Posts must be a minimum of 300 words per entry with at least one photo, video, or graphic illustrating your point, and a Feature Photo.
Submissions are acceptable up to March 31, 2023, by 11:59 pm PST.
Please leave a link to your post(s) in one comment on this contest post.
1) Describe the scenario.
2) Who is involved?
3) What happened?
4) How did you resolve the issues?
Below are samples of topics you can write about, or you can use your own:
- Buyers remorse
- Sellers remorse
- Seller is angry with a Buyer's Home Inspector
- Seller does not like Stager's staging
- Seller decide they do not like the MLS photos after they are posted and wants Photographer to come back and retake photos
- Client decides to get an Attorney in a state not legally required to hire a real estate attorney after there is an executed contract
- Attorney makes demands for corrections after a contract has been executed
- The Buyer or Seller becomes red-hot-chili-pepper mad with their Agent
- Buyer's Agent presents an offer and does not fill in all the blanks.
- An Agent does not appear to know how to read and understand a contract
- Seller's Facebook Group of friends say Agent gave their friend bad advice - Seller is angry with the Agent
- Buyer's parents get involved who are not party to the contract
- Seller fails to mention their divorce is not finalized and spouse was not included in Listing Agreement
- At the closing table Buyer announces she quit her job the morning of closing and the closing is stopped
- Lender does not get documents from Buyer's in a timely manner
- Buyer stops communicating with their Lender while under contract
- Buyer does not tell Lender or Realtor the borrower is married
- Buyer does walk through on day of closing and decides to walk because Seller took the drapes off the windows
- Buyer and Seller closes and funds but Seller refuses to move out and has no movers
Most of all, have fun using your own creative writing. You may use resources but be sure to provide the link. As a reminder please leave a link to your post(s) in one comment on this contest post.
Thank you for participating. We can't wait to read your blog posts!
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