Phillip G. DeutscherReal Estate Litigation Consultant
Phillip G. Deutscher, Broker201 N. Civic Drive
Walnut Creek, CA 94596 Phone: (925) 451-1971 Alternate: (925) 934-2900 Fax: (925) 934-3422 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
45 Years of experience as a broker practitioner in Residential Real Estate. Qualified in Agency Law, Dual Agency, Standards of Care, Broker Supervision, Fiduciary Duties, Due Diligence, Disclosure Duties, Trust Accounts, Mediation/Dispute resolution.
BA, Real Estate Broker.
BA, Political Science San Francisco State University; Pepperdine School of Law-Mediation Training.
Registration and Licenses
Certified Residential Brokerage Manager; Licensed Real Estate Broker; Lifetime Teaching Credential for Real Estate; California Association of Realtors Certified Ethics Trainer.
Keller Williams Realty- Contract Support Manager & Risk Management (650+ agents); Broker/Partner of Executive Broker (sale and listing of real estate property, broker supervision, office management); Vice-President for C21 Heritage Real Estate (liability training, contract review, broker supervision); Broker/Owner management responsibilities); Contra Costa Association of Realtors®,
Professional Standards Chairman (overseeing professional standards training and enforcement, tribunal chair on both Ethics and Arbitration Hearings). California Association of Realtors®-Professional Standards Chairman, Mediator, Arbitrator, &
1996 Recipient of Realtor® of Year for Contra Costa Association of Realtors®; 2005 Awarded Emeritus Member Honors for Contra Costa Association of Realtors. 2013 Awarded Realtor Emeritus by the National Association of Realtors®.
1990 & 1999 President of Contra Costa Association of Realtors®, State Director-California Association of Realtors®, National Association of Realtors®.
Deposition and Trial Experience since 1990, served as real estate expert consultant in numerous cases in multiple jurisdictions. Mediator and Arbitrator for the Contra Costa Association of Realtors. Real Estate
Sales experience since 1973.