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In this case, an agent failed to get an updated signed buyer brokerage agreement with the purchaser in what was supposed to be a dual agency transaction. Virginia requires that all agency agreements be in writing.
Article - May 2021
In this case, a broker signed her clients’ name to multiple documents, exceeding the scope of her authority and engaging in fraudulent activity. Brokers need to ensure that they are acting within the scope of their agency.
Article - March 2021
In this case, a broker acted outside of the scope of his license and agency by representing a client in a real estate transaction under an entity that was not a licensed real estate firm in Virginia. It highlights the importance of operating within the scope of your license and firm when representing others in real estate transactions.
Article - February 2021