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I work for a small independent brokerage.....we never had issues with any markets as long as we worked hard,,,,we dont need all this fancy advertising and corporate images,,,,these days are gone,,,,,Buyers and Sellers today do not care about all this fancy stuff ,,they want their home sold with a hard worker and the Buyers want an agent to help them buy ,,,,,,Lets face it ,,,if you are working for a firm just so you can impress your clients ,,,,,thats not what they want ,,,,,,,Small brokerages are owned by hard working Brokers of Record that know how to manage their affairs and dont need to burden themselves with tons of secretaries and corporate ads and expensive space,,,,,overhead can kill any business,,,,,,So if you as an agent needed to have all this ,,,,then you might learn a few things from all this,,,,,Food for thought,,,,,the world is changing
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