NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Somebody who harasses a home-owner about promoting their property may quickly be punished for it.
State Sen. Charlane Oliver, D-Nashville, is proposing a crackdown on predatory actual property calls. Underneath her proposal, what number of calls, texts or mailings somebody curious about a property can ship to the proprietor could be regulated. The invoice would enable potential consumers to succeed in out to a property proprietor simply annually.
“I believe it is a rampant drawback that is affecting folks not simply in Nashville however throughout the state,” mentioned Oliver.
Multiple solicitation might be reported to the state lawyer normal’s workplace. The buyer affairs workplace would have 15 days to evaluate the grievance. Violators might be fined as much as $1,500.
“You must be capable to promote your property in your phrases whenever you wish to promote it — not when somebody says I wish to purchase it from you,” Oliver mentioned.
The senator is gathering examples of unwelcome supply messages and mailers. Examples might be despatched to firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-741-2453.