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    Anyone have an example of a pre-listing consultation agreement for clientsto sign. Iím sure it has to be different than my inspection agreement...there has to be some verbiage in it about no written report,not an inspection, limit on what looked at...just didn't want to reinvent the wheel.

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    Default Re: Pre-Listing Consultation agreement

    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Ewald View Post
    Anyone have an example of a pre-listing consultation agreement for clientsto sign. Iím sure it has to be different than my inspection agreement...there has to be some verbiage in it about no written report,not an inspection, limit on what looked at...just didn't want to reinvent the wheel.

    Thanks



    I've never done a walk/ verbal consult.
    If I did , I think I would look at like, I'm not giving a written report ,why would I have them sign any type of agreement.
    Then collect payment in cash to prevent any type of paper trail

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    Yeah, that's what I was thinking also.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Harris View Post
    I've never done a walk/ verbal consult.
    If I did , I think I would look at like, I'm not giving a written report ,why would I have them sign any type of agreement.
    Then collect payment in cash to prevent any type of paper trail


    check out this post, there are a lot of options. NO REPORT INSPECTION REQUEST. #4 on new post page


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    Terry,

    See attachment for agreement.

    Jeff

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    Perfect, short and sweet.

    Thanks Jeff



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    There is a contract even though its verbal because money has been exchanged for performance of a promise.

    consideration n. 1) payment or money. 2) a vital element in the law of contracts, consideration is a benefit which must be bargained for between the parties, and is the essential reason for a party entering into a contract. Consideration must be of value (at least to the parties), and is exchanged for the performance or promise of performance by the other party (such performance itself is consideration). In a contract, one consideration (thing given) is exchanged for another consideration. Not doing an act (forbearance) can be consideration, such as "I will pay you $1,000 not to build a road next to my fence." Sometimes consideration is "nominal," meaning it is stated for form only, such as "$10 as consideration for conveyance of title," which is used to hide the true amount being paid. Contracts may become unenforceable or rescindable (undone by rescission) for "failure of consideration" when the intended consideration is found to worth less than expected, is damaged or destroyed, or performance is not made properly (as when the mechanic does not make the car run properly). Acts which are illegal or so immoral that they are against established public policy cannot serve as consideration for enforceable contracts. Examples: prostitution, gambling where outlawed, hiring someone to break a skater's knee or inducing someone to breach an agreement (talk someone into backing out of a promise.) (See: contract)


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