estate agent


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  • noun

Synonyms for estate agent

Synonyms for estate agent

a person who is authorized to act as an agent for the sale of land

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We have developed the technology to match a home buyer to the top real estate agent in that market, introducing a winning relationship between the buyer and the agent," Tom Nguyen stated.
The letter from SellMyHome explains why vendors need to be aware of this development and recommends asking their estate agent if they are a member of Agents Mutual:
When someone is looking for a real estate agent in a specific area or a real estate agent is looking to give a referral in a specific area they can search The All Star Agent Network and will be presented with a list of real estate agents servicing that area.
Ian Crane of Ian Crane Estate Agents said: "Currently a small number of estate agents are offering drastically reduced rates to encourage sellers to use their services.
Businesses hosting private property sales advertisements, without getting involved in the sales process, will no longer be subject to various regulations aimed at estate agents, Consumer Affairs Minister, Jo Swinson announced today.
Estate agents brought in N$496 million worth of business to Standard Bank between 1 October 2010 and 30 September 2011.
A CHAIN of local estate agents has received its licence from the profession's national association.
HOME Sale Network - a network of independent estate agents -has exceeded the national average for customer satisfaction, according to responses received following a recent survey conducted by The Property Academy amongst UK-based estate agents.
uk, an on-line network of local estate agents, explains why using an estate agent will give you the best chance of a sale.
Your estate agent will then arrange and accompany buyers on viewings; negotiate the sale and complete the relevant paperwork when a sale is agreed.
Anyone can set up business as an estate agent, without being required to have any qualifications or experience.
A Birmingham estate agent is flying in the face of the troubled housing market to snap up struggling rivals as part of its expansion bid.
But watching it is like finding out that the rosy cottage in the estate agent window is built on a swamp.
A real estate agent or broker has a vital job to do in the pre-foreclosure market, which is growing exponentially across the US," says Margot Murphy, The Short Sale Pro and licensed broker in Portland, Oregon.
Particularly in times of unstable property prices, a transaction that doesn't go the way one party expects can result in claims against the real estate agent that include misrepresentation, negligence, failure to disclose and breach of fiduciary duty.