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facilitator

Someone who helps out in a real estate transaction but owes no responsibilities to the buyer,the seller,the lender,or the borrower.A facilitator in a real estate transaction might contact a home inspector, arrange for a survey, assist with removing underwriting problems on a mortgage loan, and explain the computations for the buyers'and sellers'costs at closing.When working with people in a real estate or mortgage loan transaction, it is extremely important to ask them to disclose,in writing,their exact role and their responsibilities to you.Someone you might assume to be your agent,with the responsibility to work for your best interests,might actually be only a facilitator, with little or no responsibilities.
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For the analysts from the University of Hawaii, Asean can help diffuse tension in the Korean peninsula, but only as a 'disinterested facilitator.
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Here is an illustrative comment: the facilitator "guided us in the right direction, but gave us room to talk about our own ideas and problem solve with one another.
The role of facilitator has been well described as the teacher plays an important role as a facilitator to ask critical questions and explain new knowledge and give insights in problem solving.
Essentially a facilitator should offer insights, remain neutral, listen to learners' views, and be curious about how their reasoning differs from others, so that they can be helped for a productive conversation.
Though the facilitators follow the established curriculum, they are encouraged to incorporate their own stories and experiences with cooking.
In this context, we contend that the strength of student-facilitators is that they can relate more abstract material to the lived experience of students, though their role as facilitators of learning rather than sources of knowledge.
An Afghan and coalition security force arrested a Taliban facilitator and one other insurgent during an operation in Mazar-e Sharif district, Balkh province, yesterday," the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said in a press release.
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