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Real Estate Agent Commissions: Why They Aren’t Discussed, and the Sherman Antitrust Act

Craig is the founder and Managing Broker of Added Equity Real Estate.  Added Equity charges a 2% fee to list and sell a home, total. Not 2% plus another 3%. Added Equity is different than any other firm. This is Craig’s blog … Continue reading ? The post Real Estate Agent Commissions: Why They Aren’t Discussed, and the Sherman Antitrust Act appeared first on Rain City Guide.
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