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prestigas lending closing fee - who do realtors represent?
posted by GarrethWilcock on November 23rd, 2008 9:28 AM
This is absolutely correct. A Realtor has obligations to a seller's best interest unless you have a written buyer's representation agreement with them. Section 10a of the Austin Board of Realtors contract talks about confidentiality. If you have such a written agreement then your negotiating position would be confidential and hidden from the seller (builder). If you don't have a written agreement with a Realtor, then they aren't authorized to represent your best interests, and have the best interests of the seller in mind. More of this is spelled out in this Texas A&M info sheet (and there are lots of real estate sites that explain this too).You're exactly right that you should ask a Realtor to explain all of this before you sign anything, and you can consult an attorney to help explain it too.There are several Realtors who live here in Mueller (I am one of them) and they're probably all very keen to help explain this in greater detail via PM if anyone is interested. GarrethWilcock, Mr Me and MuellerRealtor are the ones I know about.Also attorneys are allowed to represent themselves and collect a commission from a sale too.Hope this helpsGarrethMueller Blog
prestigas lending closing fee - who do realtors represent?
posted by GarrethWilcock on November 23rd, 2008 9:28 AM
This is absolutely correct. A Realtor has obligations to a seller's best interest unless you have a written buyer's representation agreement with them. Section 10a of the Austin Board of Realtors contract talks about confidentiality. If you have such a written agreement then your negotiating position would be confidential and hidden from the seller (builder). If you don't have a written agreement with a Realtor, then they aren't authorized to represent your best interests, and have the best interests of the seller in mind. More of this is spelled out in this Texas A&M info sheet (and there are lots of real estate sites that explain this too).You're exactly right that you should ask a Realtor to explain all of this before you sign anything, and you can consult an attorney to help explain it too.There are several Realtors who live here in Mueller (I am one of them) and they're probably all very keen to help explain this in greater detail via PM if anyone is interested. GarrethWilcock, Mr Me and MuellerRealtor are the ones I know about.Also attorneys are allowed to represent themselves and collect a commission from a sale too.Hope this helpsGarrethMueller Blog
Mueller Neighborhood Association Newsletter
posted by Ms Ice Monkey on August 16th, 2008 11:40 PM
The newsletter committee met this afternoon to discuss our first issue, which will come out in October. To get it off the ground, we need your help with articles! In general, we anticipate publishing both regular columns and special features, including: 1. Development Update (progress on construction, updates from Catellus, etc.) 2. Town Center News (an ongoing series chronicling the town hall meetings and other developments in the design process) 3. Lifestyle Column (for this issue, perhaps a piece on Movie Nights/Olympics watching in the Garden Court) 4. Events Calendar (referring back to MuellerCommunity.com for updates) 5. Outdoor Articles (gardening how-to, info on plants in the recommended landscaping list, etc.) 6. Mueller Neighborhood Association Column (to be written by the Steering Committee - synopses of the three previous months' Neighborhood Association meetings) 7. Other feature articles (let me know your ideas!) If you are interested in writing an article for this issue, please send me a PM by next Saturday indicating the topic. Submissions will be due by the end of the day on Sunday, September 14. We anticipate average article length being 150-300 words. We are also interested in photography submissions, either to accompany the articles, or as a standalone feature photo. Currently, the newsletter committee consists of Dusty (langhugh), Drew (Drew), Garreth (GarrethWilcock), and myself. We would like to involve as many of you as possible on the committee. If you are interested in contributing, please let me know what level of involvement you would like to have - whether contributing an occasional article, being a regular feature writer, assisting with planning for future issues, and/or editing articles for content. Thanks! Elizabeth, Mueller Neighborhood Association Newsletter editor
Re: Hello from Garreth and Mary on McCloskey
posted by henningspruth on March 8th, 2008 8:00 AM
Is anybody running the Capitol 10k later this month?Henning
Re: Hello from Garreth and Mary on McCloskey
posted by ccosart on March 7th, 2008 3:00 PM
Isn't that contradictory? :wink: My wife and I were actually talking about Nottingham last night - we did the Robin Hood half marathon a few years ago. Of course we visited Trip to Jerusalem, but there were a couple other great pubs we found, one was converted from an old Church, can't remember the name. May still have been a church when you lived there...Anyway, we had a good trip there. Hope you are enjoying Austin!
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