Standard Operating Procedures

Standardsized operating procedure for purchasers of real estate pursuant to NYS Real Property Law 442-H

RE/MAX Capital, our associated licensees, and teams are required to adhere to the following Standard Operating Procedures:

  • RE/MAX Capital does not require prospective buyers to show proof of identification.

    • RE/MAX Capital licensees may request a copy of a buyer’s identification, but it is not required.

  • RE/MAX Capital does not require a signed buyer broker agreement.

    • The RE/MAX Capital licensee you are working with may request a buyer broker agreement and will discuss the benefits with you. At no time is this document required.

  • RE/MAX Capital does not require a mortgage pre-approval letter or proof of funds to show homes to prospective buyers.

    • The RE/MAX Capital licensee may suggest that you get a pre-approval letter and will discuss the benefits with you.

    • RE/MAX Capital WILL require a pre-approval letter or proof of funds upon submitting a purchase offer.

Although RE/MAX Capital does not require any of the above information, a seller of real estate may require this information prior to showing the property and/or part of any purchase offer. If any of these items are required by the seller, then our licensee will discuss this with you.

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