Realtors have the ability to modify contract terms through optional clauses, riders and/or addenda. To effectively represent a vast array of clients, agents should know their list of options and how each works as part of the full contract.
Dear Shannon: A broker listed a property to include a rental apartment upstairs, figuring the new buyer could get the zoning changed. But it wasn’t zoned for a residential apartment when listed. Should a complaint be filed against the commercial listing broker?