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Reverse Mortgages Can Help With Long-Term Care, But Knowledge Is Key

A reverse mortgage may be a viable financial instrument to help pay for older Americans’ long-term care priorities, but they — and their implications on entitlement eligibility — need to be fully considered. This is according to a new column at MarketWatch, comparing reverse mortgage product features to other potential

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Opinion: Defendants Have Solid Case For Appeal In Sitzer

A few days ago, the three main defendants—National Association of Realtors, Keller Williams and HomeServices—in the Sitzer/Burnett case filed two motions with the court. The first was a motion for judgement as a matter of law and the second was a motion for a new trial. These actions by the

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Five Additional Brokerages Named In California’s Commission Lawsuit

Northern California’s copycat commission lawsuit, known as Grace after its lead plaintiffs, has gained five additional defendants. In an amended complaint filed on Friday, the plaintiffs’ counsel named Vanguard Properties, Twin Oaks Real Estate, Windermere Real Estate Services Company, Rapisdara & Fox and Realty One Group, as additional defendants in

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Here’s How To Keep Your Marketing Emails Out Of The SPAM Box

In October, Google announced coming changes to their email deliverability policy. Other providers like Yahoo and AOL have made similar announcements and will tighten their SPAM filters. The changes are set to take effect in February. If you’re currently using email as a form of marketing, staying abreast of these

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