Category: flawed designated agency

Not One Dollar More!

A new homebuyer book is out that every homebuyer in the US should read before even talking to a real estate licensee/salesperson – Not One Dollar More! – How to Save $3,000 to $30,000 Buying Your Next Home.      This is a new edition completely updated for 2018.  I had the privilege of helping to update the book for this latest edition.  The second edition was published 18 years ago.  Much has changed in […]

Home Buyers Beware!

Welcome!  Hi, my name is Tom Wemett.  I’ve been a licensed real estate broker since 1973 and an Exclusive Buyer Agent since 1992.  I’m licensed in New York State, Florida and Massachusetts.    There is a deliberate attempt by the traditional real estate industry in all three states to deceive real estate consumers.   This is to preserve the double-dipping of commissions for the in-house transaction.    They have done this by influencing and often […]

Stop Calling Yourselves “Agents”!

“Stop calling yourselves ‘agents’ unless you really are an agent within the meaning of centuries of well-settled common law. .‘, remarked Maureen Glasheen, Esq. in a recent email to myself and others.   Maureen is a former General Counsel to the New York Department of State. She continues, “ONLY persons and firms who transact business on our behalf subject to our lawful instruction SOLELY IN OUR BEST INTEREST, (a/k/a Undivided Loyalty) meet the common law […]

Designated Agency Legislation Terribly Flawed – Part One

I just came upon some awesome historical presentations about how flawed the designated agency legislation was when it was proposed and passed in the late 1990’s.  These come from a not-for-profit consumer organization that is no longer in existence but shows just how convoluted this legislation was then and still is today.  The organization was known as Real Estate Agents for Real Agency.  It consisted of both buyer and seller agents who were concerned about […]

Designated Agency Legislation Terribly Flawed – Part Three

I just came upon some awesome historical presentations about how flawed the designated agency legislation was when it was proposed and passed in the late 1990’s.  These come from a not-for-profit consumer organization that is no longer in existence but shows just how convoluted this legislation was then and still is today.  The organization was known as Real Estate Agents for Real Agency.  It consisted of both buyer and seller agents who were concerned about […]

Designated Agency Legislation Terribly Flawed – Part Four

I just came upon some awesome historical presentations about how flawed the designated agency legislation was when it was proposed and passed in the late 1990’s.  These come from a not-for-profit consumer organization that is no longer in existence but shows just how convoluted this legislation was then and still is today.  The organization was known as Real Estate Agents for Real Agency.  It consisted of both buyer and seller agents who were concerned about […]

Designated Agency Legislation Terribly Flawed – Part Five

I just came upon some awesome historical presentations about how flawed the designated agency legislation was when it was proposed and passed in the late 1990’s.  These come from a not-for-profit consumer organization that is no longer in existence but shows just how convoluted this legislation was then and still is today.  The organization was known as Real Estate Agents for Real Agency.  It consisted of both buyer and seller agents who were concerned about […]

Designated Agency Legislation Terribly Flawed – Part Six

I just came upon some awesome historical presentations about how flawed the designated agency legislation was when it was proposed and passed in the late 1990’s.  These come from a not-for-profit consumer organization that is no longer in existence but shows just how convoluted this legislation was then and still is today.  The organization was known as Real Estate Agents for Real Agency (REAFRA).  It consisted of both buyer and seller agents who were concerned […]

Designated Agency Legislation Terribly Flawed – Part Seven

I just came upon some awesome historical presentations about how flawed the designated agency legislation was when it was proposed and passed in the late 1990’s.  These come from a not-for-profit consumer organization that is no longer in existence but shows just how convoluted this legislation was then and still is today.  The organization was known as Real Estate Agents for Real Agency (REAFRA).  It consisted of both buyer and seller agents who were concerned […]

Designated Agency Legislation Terribly Flawed – Part Eight

I just came upon some awesome historical presentations about how flawed the designated agency legislation was when it was proposed and passed in the late 1990’s.  These come from a not-for-profit consumer organization that is no longer in existence but shows just how convoluted this legislation was then and still is today.  The organization was known as Real Estate Agents for Real Agency (REAFRA).  It consisted of both buyer and seller agents who were concerned […]

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