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Exclusive to Realcomp subscribers, "Ask the Lawyer" provides Realcomp REALTORS® with a weekly opportunity to ask real estate-related legal questions and get answers from qualified experts with the law firm of Lippitt O’Keefe Gornbein, PLLC (https://www.lippittokeefe.com).

"Ask the Lawyer" is facilitated through Realcomp’s corporate site (Realcomp.MoveInMichigan.com) for Realcomp MLS Subscribers.

Please view our "Upcoming Topics" page to see which topics are currently available. and to plan for additional upcoming topics!  Realcomp subscribers will have the opportunity to submit their questions on an open questions through Realcomp’s corporate website via our "Ask the Lawyer" function.

To access this, after logging into Realcomp with your Realcomp ID and password and clicking the “Realcomp” (Data-driven, Results-Focused MLS) corporate logo/icon, simply hover above the “Links” menu item with your mouse and choose the “Ask the Lawyer Blog” option. Click the weekly topic title, “Add New Entry”, and enter your question.

Realcomp subscribers should submit their questions through the blog feature by Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. These questions will not appear on the blog until they have been reviewed and approved by a staff representative or legal team moderator.

Realcomp’s legal counsel from Lippitt O’Keefe Gornbein PLLC will research the questions, post their responses, and approve these items for display by Friday morning at 9:00 a.m. Additional “live” discussion on the topic can then occur between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.


Click here to view the upcoming topics!


Ask the Lawyer is another value-added service provided exclusively for Realcomp Subscribers. As a real estate professional, what tools are in your toolbox?


 Last Modified: Wednesday, May 11, 2016
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