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Under the Influence; ActiveRain Contest  There has been two very important people who had the biggest positive influence on my life and that is my father and mother.  I grew up on a big farm in Indiana where we raised dairy cattle.  At the time, I despised all the hard work that went along with r...
07/30/2014
Carrie Hughes, REI I would like to take a moment to introduce a very special lady name Carrie Hughes.  Carrie joined Rowlett Real Estate School and will be teaching night classes in Pensacola Florida this fall.  Carrie is also a new member of ActiveRain http://activerain.trulia.com/profile/carri...
07/27/2014
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  A limited partnership is created by a written instrument filed with the Florida Department of State. There must be one or more general partners and one or more limited partners to qualify under the law. The limited partners must make an investment of cash or of property, but not of services.   ...
07/27/2014
  A general partnership is an association of two or more persons for the purpose of jointly conducting a business. Each person is responsible for all the debts incurred in the conducting of that business; each has the power to bind the other or others in transactions; and each is entitled to rece...
07/27/2014
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  A sole proprietorship is a business owned by one person. A real estate brokerage sole proprietorship exists when the broker is the only owner. It is easy to organize and flexible to operate. A sole proprietor who holds a current and valid broker's license may run a real estate brokerage bus...
07/27/2014
  Active real estate brokers must display an official sign on either the exterior or interior of the entrance to their principal office and all branch offices. The sign(s) must be easily observed and read by anyone entering the office. The sign must contain the following information:   Trade name...
07/27/2014
  Whether leasing or purchasing space, brokers must comply with federal and state laws regarding accessibility. Under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), places of public accommodation and commercial facilities must be accessible to persons with physical or mental disabilities...
07/27/2014
Under the Fair Housing Act, the protected classes are race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, and national origin. No protection is given under the Fair Housing Act to individuals based on age, occupation, marital status, or sexual orientation. However, fair housing laws passed by ...
07/27/2014
Real estate advertisements should not contain explicit exclusions or limitations based on handicap, such as "no wheelchairs." Advertisements that describe the conduct required of residents, such as "nonsmoking," do not violate the act. Advertisements may describe accessibility...
07/27/2014
Familial status - Familial status refers to the presence of one or more children under the age of 18 who live with either a parent or guardian. Familial status also includes a woman who is pregnant. In effect, it means that the Fair Housing Act's protections extend to families with minor chil...
07/27/2014
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