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Did RTB on facebook make this happen/ Jay Thompson? “New York is the biggest real estate market in the country,” Mr. Rascoff said. Calling himself jealous of his smaller rival’s success, he added, “It’s just a much better product in New York.” http://docs.streeteasy.com/StreetEasyZillowPressRelease.pdf
Michelle, I have space on my sign in sheet for the agents name and their broker. I've never had a problem with buyers signing in their agent. There are buyers who hide the fact they have an agent. I've had buyers like that. They don't want to bother their agent so they call the listing agent with questions and even for showings. I've even had them sign agency disclosure and make offers then their agent comes out of the wood work. I've been on both sides of this. I discuss OH etiquette in the beginning of the process. I will even give buyers stickers with my name to just stick on the sign-in sheet.
Gina In NYC when a buyer's agent makes an appointment to show a listing the listing agent is given the name of the buyer. A buyer that wants confidentiality such as a celebrity will sign a confidentiality or purchase in the name of LLC or attorney. Having the name of a buyer in my opinion is a professional way of doing business not a way to exclude anyone. 3 buyers agents may make an appointment for the same buyer.
Here is the problem most lenders are running into, third party companies. A bad appraiser gets on their list we as lenders have a very difficult time getting them off. I always say, none of us get paid till the sale closes.
Mitchell believe Douglas Elliman has already dropped Prudential as it doesn't seem to be on their site anymore; Prudential is being dropped by quite a few didn't they announce they were going out of the residential real estate business about a year and a half ago? Not sure their decision to drop Prudential is based on the Manhattan thing......The problem with the iPad in the C21 add is that the vast majority of agents are not using iPad's yet and so consumers who call C21 might make an assumption that the agent is internet savvy when they might not be. The company may be doing great things on the internet and it might be more advisable for them to put that in front of consumers -- IMHO.