Hey, Bill – I love the shape. If I look at it, I think it would eliminate the whole discussion about whether bird dogs can work legally or not, because they are “consultants.” I have a lot of people who want birddog for me now, so I mark that so I can find it. Thank you very much for sharing! The term “bird dog” refers to hunting dogs that indicate the location of the birds and retrieve all the birds that the hunter successfully pulls. Here`s one of the best Bird Dog chords I`ve seen. Charlie “Bird Dogs” are usually unlicensed people who find business in a transaction for the principal/investor. In exchange, the client/investor pays a fairy finder to the bird dogs. What does the law think? A precise reading of the applicable sections of the AZ law shows that a broker buys and sells or negotiates real estate transactions for others; A broker is also the person who receives leads. In addition, a person must have a licence to do anything that falls within the definition of “broker”; In particular, a person cannot find leads for a principal/investor and get paid for it unless they are licensed. Here is a free bird advice agreement that you can download to protect both you, the investor and your new best friend, the bird dog. 11.
ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This agreement contains the entire agreement of the parties and there are no other commitments or conditions, either oral or written, in other agreements. This Agreement supersedes all prior written or oral agreements between the parties. I like your approval. My problem was with bird dogs that didn`t take the time to train. They send me agreements that make no sense. You really need to train your bird dogs once you have registered them. Signs with the inscription “We buy houses” with a mobile number are intended to attract sellers who have to leave their property but who have no connection with the traditional real estate process.
Similarly, some birds use automatic dialers and broadcast bulletins that indicate that they can now pay in cash for your home. With this basic generation, birds can access public databases such as the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and attempt to refer to other relevant information, such as layoffs from a neighboring company (motivated sellers) or the fall in domestic values in recent tax rulings (underwater mortgages). In essence, a bird dog needs to launch as wide a network as possible in order to generate enough marketable leads to pay for the expenses and costs that come with it. . . .