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Opendoor acts to placate agents, though concerns persist

Imagine you represented a buyer in the purchase of a home from a startup -- and that startup later came back to you and encouraged you to refund your commission because of a promise it made to your client. In Phoenix, the very thought of this upset some local agents...
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