My client is buying a property with a basement apartment, and they would like to bring a potential tenant to the pre-closing visit. How should I handle this situation?
Remember: during pre-closing visits the property still belongs to the seller. As such, the visits are usually open only to the buyer and their real estate salesperson or broker. If anybody other than the buyer plans to attend the pre-closing visit, you should obtain the seller’s permission first.
Three reasons to check out RECO’s refreshed website
We’ve given RECO’s website important enhancements that make it easier to find essential information. Here are three reasons to check it out:
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Check it out! Additional improvements will follow in the months ahead
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