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Dori DeWitte

DoriI was raised in Central Illinois and have lived in the area since learning to crawl, which has allowed me a broad perspective of the various cities and villages this community has to offer.

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Lizz Forthofer

LizzIn the business world or as an active volunteer in the community, I maintain high integrity and always desire to do my best for those I am serving.

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Lowell Schroeder

LowellWithout fail, Lowell is one of the most amazing team players at Jim Maloof Realtor. He is always going out of his way to help the Morton office, the agents and everyone in his path. Lowell is a strong advocate for his clients and member of the Tazewell County Republican Party. As a proud father and grandfather, Lowell believes in giving back to the community and does so better than anyone we know. Thank you Lowell for always being such an amazing person, fantastic Realtor, and all around amazing person!! We are so fortunate to have him as part of our Jim Maloof Family!

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FAQs

There is a company in my area that will put "virtual furniture" in photos and virtual tours. Would this be legal?

From IAR legal staff:

I think this is misleading unless there is language added to the photos/video to explain that this home is "virtually staged" and that it is vacant in reality. In other words the licensee must adequately disclose that this is not an accurate depiction of the current condition of the property or the condition of the property prior to being vacant. You might even need to invite interested buyers to view the property in real life to see it as it is. I can see with increased capacity to do these things that they will be done; but there are still license law/ethical duties to present a true picture. Without qualifying language, this will be a violation of the true picture requirement of both license law and REALTOR Code of Ethics.