real estate broker


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Synonyms for real estate broker

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

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A licensed real estate broker, she will be based in Warburg's 654 Madison Avenue office.
In testimony before the House Banking Subcommittee on Housing and Community Development, HUD declared that it would interpret RESPA as allowing real estate brokers to take fees for originating mortgages if they don't restrict the mortgages offered to just one lender.
He will refer anyone to a trusted real estate broker if they are interested in buying/selling properties anywhere in the country.
Jackie Cooper, a Houston real estate broker, says the biggest stumbling block to most sellers who want to trade up, but who have found that their homes are worth less than what they paid, is being realistic about the market.
The survey also determined that in 1993, the typical real estate broker had a tenure of 14 years in the business, while the typical sales agent was active in the industry for six years, representing an increase of two years for both groups, compared to 1987.
Longpre, an attorney and real estate broker, said the idea came to him after taking calls from panicked investors calling on day 44 searching for a property to identify.
Because a real estate broker should be aware of a lender's criteria for providing financing, the broker can guide the building owner and manager to eliminate red flags and rectify the kinds of obstacles noted thus far in this article.
an attorney and real estate broker from Northridge; Ruth Richter, a BMW motorcycle dealer from Winnetka; and Kathleen Sterling, a publisher from Agoura Hills.
A licensed Real Estate Broker and Certified Paralegal, Lorraine D'Aversa has been assisting business owners for almost 20 years.
Rencarge is a licensed real estate broker and is also a member of the Industrial and Office Real Estate Broker Association (IOREBA) and CoreNet Global.
As consumers become increasingly familiar with cost-effective technology, real estate brokers and agents are going to have to work harder to convince buyers and sellers that the services of a real estate broker are needed," Spera said.
Founded in 1855, Baird & Warner is the largest independent real estate broker in Illinois and the oldest in the country.
He left IBM in 1968 after scraping together $3,000 to start EIC Group, a real estate broker firm.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- Who does the real estate broker really represent in the housing transaction?
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