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Perils of Dual Agency

A judge has told an Ottawa real estate agency it does not deserve to be paid for acting on the sale of a home. He concluded the agency breached its fiduciary duty to a pair of home sellers by not fully disclosing the connection between one of its agents and the buyer of their home.

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February 12, 2008 in Dual Agency | Permalink


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One of the greatest and most obvious reasons to consider buying a home is the interest rates. Interest rates today, are some of the lowest rates that we have seen in years. It is possible that they will go even lower. You may think that getting a home loan in order to take advantage of these rates is impossible. Although credit standards and loan approval may be higher than before, obtaining a loan is well within the reach of homebuyers with a good credit rating and a steady income that can support the monthly mortgage payments.

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