Mediation & Arbitration

Mediation & Arbitration

Even REALTORS® who are committed to high standards of conduct occasionally have honest business disputes with other professionals, clients or customers. There is an ongoing need for efficient and economical mechanisms to resolve such disputes. Arbitration is valuable, but mediation is simpler and easier.

Why Use Arbitration

    • Moderate cost
    • Moderate delay
    • Win/lose/split
    • AdversVerdana
    • Result limited to monetary award
    • May damage relationships

Why Use Mediation?

    • Low or no cost
    • Little Delay
    • Win/win outcome
    • Collaborative
    • Maximum range of solutions
    • Improves relationships

Mediation & Process Overview

Mediation & Process Overview

A real estate agent is someone who is licensed by a state licensing body. A REALTOR is a real estate agent who, in addition, belongs to the National Association of REALTORS trade organization. These agents subscribe to professionalism and a code of ethics, and belong to a State Association of REALTORS as well as a Local Board (ie. the Seacoast Board of REALTORS). They use the trademarked (and capitalized) term “REALTOR”.

A real estate agent is someone who is licensed by a state licensing body. A REALTOR is a real estate agent who, in addition, belongs to the National Association of REALTORS trade organization. These agents subscribe to professionalism and a code of ethics, and belong to a State Association of REALTORS as well as a Local Board (ie. the Seacoast Board of REALTORS). They use the trademarked (and capitalized) term “REALTOR”.

A real estate agent is someone who is licensed by a state licensing body. A REALTOR is a real estate agent who, in addition, belongs to the National Association of REALTORS trade organization. These agents subscribe to professionalism and a code of ethics, and belong to a State Association of REALTORS as well as a Local Board (ie. the Seacoast Board of REALTORS). They use the trademarked (and capitalized) term “REALTOR”.

A real estate agent is someone who is licensed by a state licensing body. A REALTOR is a real estate agent who, in addition, belongs to the National Association of REALTORS trade organization. These agents subscribe to professionalism and a code of ethics, and belong to a State Association of REALTORS as well as a Local Board (ie. the Seacoast Board of REALTORS). They use the trademarked (and capitalized) term “REALTOR”.

A real estate agent is someone who is licensed by a state licensing body. A REALTOR is a real estate agent who, in addition, belongs to the National Association of REALTORS trade organization. These agents subscribe to professionalism and a code of ethics, and belong to a State Association of REALTORS as well as a Local Board (ie. the Seacoast Board of REALTORS). They use the trademarked (and capitalized) term “REALTOR”.

A real estate agent is someone who is licensed by a state licensing body. A REALTOR is a real estate agent who, in addition, belongs to the National Association of REALTORS trade organization. These agents subscribe to professionalism and a code of ethics, and belong to a State Association of REALTORS as well as a Local Board (ie. the Seacoast Board of REALTORS). They use the trademarked (and capitalized) term “REALTOR”.

A real estate agent is someone who is licensed by a state licensing body. A REALTOR is a real estate agent who, in addition, belongs to the National Association of REALTORS trade organization. These agents subscribe to professionalism and a code of ethics, and belong to a State Association of REALTORS as well as a Local Board (ie. the Seacoast Board of REALTORS). They use the trademarked (and capitalized) term “REALTOR”.

A real estate agent is someone who is licensed by a state licensing body. A REALTOR is a real estate agent who, in addition, belongs to the National Association of REALTORS trade organization. These agents subscribe to professionalism and a code of ethics, and belong to a State Association of REALTORS as well as a Local Board (ie. the Seacoast Board of REALTORS). They use the trademarked (and capitalized) term “REALTOR”.

Mediation & Arbitration Request

Request for mediation or arbitration

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