Take heart, agents, it could be much worse
Canadian women in their 30s are the best kind of borrowers when it comes to fulfilling their mortgage obligations, financial expert says
In the spirit of Halloween, Trulia, the U.S.-based digital realty site, staged its own hidden-camera prank to scare potential home buyers.
Listing videos entice potential buyers with the best features of a home – anything from the hardwood floors to the crown moulding to the, ahem, lack of zombies.
It’s tacky, probably sexist and definitely compelling but at least a real estate agent might win – you’ll have to wait until the week after next to find out.
You’ve undoubtedly dealt with a difficult agent on the other end of a transaction, but could your bad habits and occasional missteps make you that agent?
The REP forum is ripe with debate on the ethics of double-ending, but one player says agents need to know the issue is blackening the industry’s reputation – no matter what side of the debate you fall on.
The baby boomers were as easy to read as the large-print books some now rely on, but the millennial generation is a whole different story and agents are now struggling to communicate with these fresh-faced clients.