Real Estate Attorney Douglas White, of Hoge, Fenton, Jones & Appel, Inc.,
speaks out on the critical role of the licensee when representing a client.
Many licensees brag about being hired because of their beautiful
brochure and/or presentation folder.
Real estate attorneys often mention that while marketing is important,
the skill-set of the licensee should be scrutinized. While the licensee is
selling their marketing and/or knowledge of a neighborhood, this should
not be the reason a customer becomes a client.Real estate attorneys often comment the consumer’s focus should be the
licensee’s knowledge of the different contracts, clauses and avoidance of
transactional pitfalls. In addition, the licensee should have deft negotiating
abilities.After all, the licensee is the consumer’s representative in the marketplace.
The actions of a licensee are a direct reflection on on the client, in more
ways than one. There is nothing worse than a licensee getting in the way
a sale and/or worse, create a legal problem for the ones they were hired
Click here to View Real Estate Attorney Douglas White’s
outstanding review of a licensee’s duties to protect ~ Program # 136
Pat Kapowich, “Negotiating Smooth Transactions Throughout The South