Asked by Victory Property Management, Raleigh, NC • Tue Sep 9, 2008
their services? These days itâ€™s hard to find a buyer who is serious about making a purchase. However, many are still very interested in looking at homes these days. During the boom time, there was a large amount of controversy over how much brokers were making, and I completely agree. I doubt there is little doubt that over inflated fees from real estate agents, and mortgage lenders helped to exasperate the housing bubble. However, do you think this is still the case? Do you think that all brokers should move to a flat fee business model such as with an attorney? For instance, when I list a home for 6%, I offer 4% to the buyers agent, because finding good buyers these days is particularly hard. I have also received a lot of interest in my flat fee services. Is it time for a real estate revolution?
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