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To protect the public interest in real estate brokerage transactions.
To effectively and efficiently administer Commission programs and operations.

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Correction – May 2017 Bulletin Article – Due Diligence Fees

In the article, “due diligence fees when are they refunded?”, in the May 2017 bulletin, the following sentence appears as the result of a production error not of the author’s making “buyers and sellers may enter into other addenda that may provide for a due diligence fee refund but those provisions must be drafted by the parties or, preferably, by an attorney or by a broker.” the statement, “…or by a broker”, is incorrect only an attorney or the parties to the contract can draft language for contracts or addenda.

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