Redfin Non Compete Agreement

1.5. “Redfin Client” refers to a person who has entered into an agreement with a Redfin agent for the listing, sale or purchase of property in connection with Redfin Services. These terms of use were updated on January 1, 2020. Your continued use of the Services represents your acceptance of these applicable Addendum Terms and Conditions, which govern the respective services made available to you by a Redfin company in accordance with this service addendum. The services are managed by Redfin Corporation, a technology real estate agent based at 1099 Stewart St, Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98101. If you are in Canada, you can also enter into this agreement with Redfin Unlimited Liability Company, which holds the brokerage license for users in Canada (with Redfin Corporation “Redfin”). Compass, however, contradicts Zillow. In a statement to Inman, a company spokesman said, “You cannot break a non-compete clause by going to a company that doesn`t compete with you.” [Emphasizing] 2.13.9.8. Effects of the amendments on arbitration.

Notwithstanding paragraph 2.13.3 above, If we reject any of the terms of this section 2.13.9 after the date you agreed to these terms (or have accepted subsequent changes to these conditions), you may refuse this change by sending us in writing to legal@redfin.com within thirty (30) days of the effective date of this amendment, as indicated on the date of the last update or the day of our e-mail. By refusing any changes, you agree to grant all claims between you and a Redfin company, pursuant to the terms of this section 2.13.9, from the date you agreed to these conditions (or accepted any subsequent changes to these conditions). “This calculated flight was designed by Compass to better compete with Zillow at Zillow`s expense, which allowed Compass to avoid the cost of independent development of machine learning and other valuable technologies,” says the federal complaint against Chen. Elijahjuan is distinct in his own making.   The corresponding arbitration clause applies to disputes that occur “from or in relation to” the agreement.

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