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Brokerage law

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Are you planning to buy or sell real estate through an estate agent or do you have legal questions about the drafting or termination of your brokerage contract? Then contact our experienced law firm. As dedicated & assertive lawyers, we have many years of experience in the field of real estate agent law and can provide you with legal advice. If the worst comes to the worst, we will also represent you in court throughout Germany.

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  • Review of purchase contracts
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We advise & represent you in Berlin and nationwide in brokerage law

We advise and represent you in all matters related to the initiation of a contract, the preliminary contract and the conclusion of a contract as well as in termination proceedings.

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What to consider in brokerage law

Real estate agent law is enshrined in law in §§ 652 to 655 BGB. These regulations therefore also apply to the real estate agent. These regulations deal with the contracts under private law that are concluded between the client and his real estate agent. The estate agent’s clients are buyers and sellers of a property. In addition to the regulations in the BGB, other provisions must be observed.

The Trade Licensing Office grants the broker a broker’s licence in accordance with § 34 c of the Trade Regulation Act (Gewerbeordnung), without which the broker is not allowed to work. Special training is not required to work as a real estate agent. However, there is, among other things, an obligation for a residential real estate agent to provide evidence of regular further training (20 hours within three years).

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