Is a listing with surveillance technology breaking the law?

Many homeowners now have technology devices in their house that can hear audio or capture video, such as baby monitors or security cameras. But there’s a problem when those devices are being used to covertly record or monitor a buyer’s showing.

Is your sellers’ surveillance putting them at risk?” in Texas REALTOR® magazine outlines what your clients should know about audio and video recording in their homes.

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4 Responses to Is a listing with surveillance technology breaking the law?

  1. Great information, thanks for posting, How can we get a printed copy for us to hand to sellers?


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