Real Estate Brokerage Laws and Customs: Vermont
A Q&A guide to brokerage laws relating to commercial real estate transactions in Vermont
What statutes or laws regulate licensing requirements for brokers?
Are different types of brokers or other roles recognized by the regulations?
Co-authored by real estate and land use attorney Scott Jaunich and environmental law counsel Kane Smart, this Q&A addresses these and other questions related to state laws and customs that impact commercial real estate brokers, including:
- types of brokers, their roles and licensing requirements
- complaint process
- broker's customary involvement in real estate transactions
- attorneys' roles in real estate transactions
- commonly used brokerage agreements
- commission payments
- disclosure laws
- broker's liens
- real estate management
Federal, local or municipal law may impose additional or different requirements.
See the other commercial real estate in Vermont Q&A pieces in this series.