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Market Conditions in 90301 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 23, 2013
Michael Magaw answered:
More recent than what? More recent than the comparables showing on the Trulia profile, sales dated March 2013, and several dated November 2012.

Are you looking to purchase in the Crossroads? You agent should provide you with comps and any other information that you need to make an informed decision. If you are not working with an agent, then I would suggest that you meet and interview one or more and pick an exclusive agent.

Michael Magaw
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Fri Jul 3, 2009
Katina Wright answered:
Greetings,
Desperate Times Lead to Desperate Thoughts! A college professor once told me when I was younger referencing a college dealing with the parameters of a grant received from the government 'If you are going to turn tricks don't complain about the John'.

What does your independent contractor agreement say?

I refuse to accept that you can not have a logical conversation with your broker about splits on leads that he/she did not hand you. Hindsight, that should have been discussed when you got there. ANYHOO...you know as well as anyone else that EVERYTHING IS NEGOTIABLE!! But one thing that is NOT negotiable in my State is the fact that the broker whomever holds your license is the person/entity to whom commissions are paid.

I will not accept that things are so Bleak that you are WILLING to throw away your license trying to be slick. Talk to the man...'Look Mr. X...I've got some leads that you did not hand to me (Glen Gary) and although I should have asked before now, I need to know your understanding of whether or not I owe you 50% split on my leads? I wouldn't imagine I would...you tell me'

In the end you should follow your State's Real Estate Commission Guidelines but I think you owe it to yourself and your Broker to have a conversation. No matter the outcome you will have a clear understanding and respect for who and where you are housing your license. It's hard to be rescued and remain autonomous simultaneously.

Good Luck,
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