Here in Las Vegas...There are actually three types simply put:
You have a Broker who may own the agency by meeting State of NV and financial criteria for operations...They take full responsiblity for all agents.
Broker/Salesperson...they must meet State of NV requirements of college education or years of experience. They do not run operations of the real estate agency.
Then there is the salesperson they have
to meet State of NV requirements. The licensing test for brokers/sales person is the same with the exception of about four more additional questions for the broker.
Simply put...There are no difference of commission income between broker salesperson and salesperson... more
That would depend on where you are at in respect to your sale and what you or your agent did to prepare for the possibilty of canceling the sale. Do you have an agent representing your interest in the transaction? If so you should discuss your options with your agent.... more
Guess it does not matter however if you can train under school learn additional tips and tricks of trade than standard class that is great.
However in classroom sitting with other students increase additional exposure and allow you meet others in the trade.
Lynn911 Dallas Realtor, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Consultant
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
If you do not get any direct reply you might want to Google “Las Vegas real estate tax attorneys" for example and go from there...
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The first step is to contact the appraiser explain the error and ask them to amend the appraisal. If you have already tried that and have a Realtor ask them to work on the error. If you still have no luck contact your attorney provide them with documentation and they will take care of it. You want to do the leg work to gather the documentation as many attorneys charge by the hour. Over the years I have had this happen several times, not by miles, both in resale and new construction. I have always been able to correct the problem working with the bank and the appraiser. Good Luck. Bob Smith, Cicero, NY... more