Alaska House Makes Changes to Real Estate Laws

Alaska Real Estate LawsThe Alaska House of Representatives approved a bill Friday making several changes to real estate law, including barring licensed real estate assistants from working for more than one broker.

House Bill 267, co-sponsored by Rep. Cathy Munoz, R-Juneau, passed unanimously, but not without some legislative politics.

Munoz described the bill as the top priority of the Alaska Association of Realtors. The bill makes it clear licensed assistants may only work for the brokerage in which they are licenced, which Munoz described as a way to prevent confidential sales information from being inappropriately shared with others.

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