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Thread: Massachusetts law
09-24-2009, 02:05 PM #1
09-24-2009, 03:35 PM #2
Re: Massachusetts law
I have a very large family with all the uncles and aunts and nieces and nephews and cousins and all and almost all have move out of Mass. No matter what anyone says it is an extremely liberal state as far as anyone working for the government and they want to make sure there little flock is protected because God knows they cannot protect themselves.
Anyway as far as this statement from the law
"This prohibition shall not apply if there is a written contractual agreement or a written agency disclosure between the buyer and the real estate broker specifying that the real estate broker is acting exclusively for the buyer as a buyer’s broker. "
I kind of thought that was pretty much the case anyway with the buyers Agent solely representing the buyer. Some cases no but in most cases yes. So in saying that the law is not going to affect the normal Real Estate transaction.
Also the brochures are printed up by the office of consumer affairs. Whats that all about. How about the licensing board of realtors and edited by home inspectors so the consumer knows what a real estate inspection really is.
Last edited by Ted Menelly; 09-24-2009 at 04:20 PM.