San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Navigating New Challenges in Residential Real Estate
presented by Landy Insurance
December 14, 2016
10:00 am - 12:00pm
This course will assist you in navigating the new challenges in Residential Real Estate. Topics for review will include the following:
- Duties as a Real Estate Professional
- Client Biography - Leg Up or an Ethical Trap?
- New Questions in Dual Agency
Learn about the Supreme Court ruling that could have far-reaching implications for brokerages. In a unanimous decision, Horiike v. Coldwell Banker the court ruled that an agent representing a seller is working for the same firm as the agent representing the buyer, they become an “associate licensee” and must properly investigate and disclose all important information related to the transaction.
Instructor: Roger G. Honey, ESQ.
Owner and manager of the Law Offices of Roger G. Honey, A Professional Corporation, with offices in both the Los Angeles area as well as the San Francisco Bay area. Mr. Honey was the managing attorney and chief trial attorney of Carlson Law Group, Inc.’s Northern California office located in Pleasanton, California, a firm specializing in Real Estate and Business Law. Mr. Honey has over twenty-one years experience as a litigator, trial attorney and transactional lawyer. For the last twelve years, he has focused his career in the areas of real estate litigation, financing transactions, construction defect litigation, business planning and business litigation. In addition to maintaining his license to practice law, Mr. Honey is a licensed real estate broker, operating Preferred Real Estate in the Santa Clarita Valley of Southern California from 2004 through 2008. Mr. Honey is a 1994 graduate of the University of Southern California, Gould School of Law and obtained his bachelor’s degree, with honors from San Diego State University in 1989.
Presented by Landy Insurance
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