The acquisition of real property is usually an individual’s or entity’s largest capital expenditure. The real estate agent and client may not always be on the same page due to the variety of variables contemplated by parties when undertaking a real estate transaction. The dynamics involved in such transactions often lead the parties of the relationship to believe that there is a complete meeting of the minds, when there really was only a partial mutual understanding or perhaps none at all.
One reason that we witness this recurring theme is due to the expedited nature of buying real property. Broker/agents thrive on volume, sellers want to cash out quick and buyers want to close a deal and move forward. This is an inherent formula that equates to agent/buyer-seller disputes.
Oppenheim law is experienced and ready to pursue or defend Real Estate Agent-Broker/Client disputes concerning:
- Unpaid Broker Disputes
- Sales Commission Disputes
- Breaches of Fiduciary Duty
- Earnest Money Disputes
- Broker/Agent Negligence
- Appraiser Negligence
- Real Estate Fraud
- Undisclosed Defects
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