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Thursday, August 11, 2011


Richard Isacoff

The rental program proposed by the Administration makes sense. If some agency could run a simple public auction on the right to act a rental agent for specific market areas, I assert that there would be a number of realtors who would jump at the chance to make money on rental fees.

And as for sale, how about he normal advertising real estate agents do - have the properties MLS listed for "market price" less 10%.

Selling real estate is still about LOCATION and PRICE

And yes, I am a real estate broker (at least I have a license) as well as an Attorney (my real job)

Richard Isacoff


Sometimes it looks that the person get your words and say exactly what you are looking for. Thank you for such valuable information. I do browse more entries to take a heap of knowledge I think. :)

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