Find out about how risk management and legal liability issues can affect real estate professionals.
There are no federal rules that require sellers to disclose whether a home was once used as a meth lab. So what should your buyers do if they suspect the poisonous substance?
A suspicious Web site that had been misusing the REALTOR® trademark has now been suspended.
A Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled that sellers in the state do not have to legally disclose "psychological defects" when trying to sell their house.
If you’re in the right and have good records within your grasp, you can turn the tables on a lawsuit.
The Institute of Real Estate Management's new book has some great ideas on how to prepare any building for any disaster in striking range.
This field guide contains facts and figures to help you better understand underground storage tanks.
American businesses rely upon the availability and affordability of terrorism risk insurance and it's a vital component of most commercial real estate transactions, the National Association of Realtors® said in testimony today.
The articles and books in this field guide provide you with the necessary tools and tips to create a policy manual for your real estate office, covering subjects ranging from policies and procedures to what to include in a policy manual to cell phone usage and more.