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What We Talk About When We Talk About Ethics

What We Talk About When We Talk About Ethics

While the law is exacting and black and white, ethical dilemmas operate in the grey areas between right and wrong when there is a conflict of interest or a dilemma between values. As licensees of the state, we operate within the law; however, compliance is not the same as behaving ethically or doing the right thing. In fact there are numerous instances when the law is silent or permits what some might consider questionable. 

RODNEY DANGERFIELD, WHERE ARE YOU?

RODNEY DANGERFIELD, WHERE ARE YOU?

If you’re a seller today, proper pricing is more important than ever.  While it’s tempting to sign on with the broker who says your apartment can fetch a higher price than other broker estimates, expectations need to be real and achievable.  When agents overprice properties—or when sellers fail to heed conservative pricing advice—valuable time is lost as the real estate sits on the market only to be ignored and ultimately discounted.  Some sellers get no respect.