commingling trust money.
paying commissions to licensees not in the broker's employ.
submitting all purchase offers, even those which are ridiculously
misleading prospective buyers to help clinch a sale for the
I. should be discussed thoroughly and introduced carefully
II. should not be made unless absolutely necessary
Both I and II
Neither I nor II
of the following is false?
Personnel should be made aware of activity which will lead to
It is possible to administer tests to determine such support
skills as typing, stenography, etc.
It is not necessary to contact an applicant's references if they
are located out of town
A background investigation is necessary when it appears that it
will yield good and useful information on an applicant's ability
a small real estate brokerage firm grows, generally the most
useful type of salaried personnel to hire full-time at first is
A private secretary for the broker owner
a departmentalized firm
Various aspects of the business have their own managers who report
to top management
Activities, even though they are done by the same people, are
described as different jobs on organization charts
Support staff works for only a single department of the business
All of the above are true