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Shift happens: How does a brokerage keep up?

John Turpin (Turpin Realtors), Sean Becker (Sean Z Becker Real Estate) and Tamela Ekstrom (Haven Real Estate and Design) are three indie brokerage owners who've let the market guide them to success. Listen in to hear how they identified shifts in the market and what they did to make the best of those shifts and yield growth and returns...
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