For this article, we’ve decided to reach out to Miami real estate agents and narrowed down the Top 5 tips for REALTORS® when using the Florida Realtor/Florida Bar “AS IS” Residential Contract for Sale and Purchase (“AS IS Contract”). This article is not limited to buyer’s agents. Simply because the buyer’s agent prepares the offer in accordance with the buyer’s instructions, the listing agent should take the time to ensure the offer is completed appropriately in accordance with the seller’s instructions. After all, everyone should share the same objective: to close the deal.
- Just because something is listed in the MLS doesn’t mean it’s included in the contract. Because the contract is the document that governs the parties, it must clearly state what is going to happen and what is not going to happen.
- Whether you’re in a hurry to make an offer on a hot property or Continue Reading ›