What CAN an unlicensed real estate employee, assistant or secretary do?

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  • Answer the phone, forward calls and give information contained only on the listing agreement as limited by the broker.
  • Fill out and submit listings and changes to any multiple-listing-service.
  • Follow up on loan commitments after a contract has been negotiated and generally secure status reports on the loan progress.
  • Assemble documents for closing.
  • Secure public information from courthouses, utility districts, etc.
  • Have keys made for listings.
  • Place ads which have been approved by the Principal Broker.
  • Receive, record and deposit earnest money, security deposits and advance rents under the direct supervision of the Principal Broker.
  • Type contract forms for approval by licensee and Principal Broker.
  • Monitor licenses and personnel files.
  • Calculate, print or distribute commission checks.
  • Place signs on property.
  • Order repairs as directed by the licensee.
  • Prepare for distribution fliers and promotional information which have been approval by the Principal Broker.
  • Deliver documents and pick up keys.
  • Place routine telephone calls on late rent payments.
  • Gather information for a comparative market analysis (CMA).
  • Unlock property under the direction of a licensee.
  • Disclose the current sales status of a listed property.
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