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Ron Rossi speaks before SCCAOR University on “Liars, Lawyers & Litigation.”

| Aug 22, 2013 | Current Events

Ron Rossi speaks before SCCAOR University on “Liars, Lawyers & Litigation,” and provides legal advice to Bay Area Realtors on:
– Why a buyer’s agent has more exposure than the listing agent- 90% of lawsuits filed are brought by buyers against seller and agents- How to use the TDS to protect yourself- How “over disclosure” is usually the best strategy- How rapport can deflect a suit- How copious notes can halt a potential lawsuit- How to fill addenda to the TDS and what it could mean for you- That the client is under no general “duty to investigate”; and what means for you- How you are responsible for the MLS description of the property- Why square-footage disclosure is more trouble than it’s worth- About the nightmare that is dual-agency- That prophylaxis is the best cure & much more 

Ron Rossi speaks before SCCAOR University on “Liars, Lawyers & Litigation,” and provides legal advice to Bay Area Realtors on:
– Why a buyer’s agent has more exposure than the listing agent- 90% of lawsuits filed are brought by buyers against seller and agents- How to use the TDS to protect yourself- How “over disclosure” is usually the best strategy- How rapport can deflect a suit- How copious notes can halt a potential lawsuit- How to fill addenda to the TDS and what it could mean for you- That the client is under no general “duty to investigate”; and what means for you- How you are responsible for the MLS description of the property- Why square-footage disclosure is more trouble than it’s worth- About the nightmare that is dual-agency- That prophylaxis is the best cure & much more