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Good morning William. It depends if I am knowledgeable about what I am being asked, there is nothing wrong with saying you don't know.
My saying is...be the source of the source and not the source.
Refer them to the AZ Buyer Advisory...
I ask more questions about what they would like to do with it and then direct them to the source for the answer.
Hi William -- cite the source and point them in the right direction. These things can and do change quite frequently in our area.
I would point them in the proper direction to find the answers. Typically with the County. I've been burned before by telling a customer what one person told me only to have another with a different story.
Always keep the monkey where it belongs. I will provide where they do the rest.
I'd run out provided it was within 20 miles and was not going to be priced under $200k.
I say "be the source of the source, don't be the source". Depending on the question I would point them in the right direction; however I would let the city or title company answer their question.
I give them the name and telephone number of the township where they can call and also the web site link.
William - Like Debbie said, I was always taught to be the source of the source, but not the source.
Depending on the question, I refer them to a specialist in whatever the field the problem deals with.
I would give them the resources to check out zoning for themselves.