eonibm wrote: ↑ That's where you are so wrong my friend. Maybe if you are trying to do your own surgery. Being an agent doesn't come close.
Here's a clue: You only have to be 18, have not even finished high school, have $4K and 4 mos to study and then you are an agent. That is reflected in how easy-peasy it is to transact deals and earn the huge commissions. What part of that are you missing?
Your comments scare not only me but EVERYONE!
You got it the wrong way around my friend. As an agent now, I'm living proof that it's 'tripping over pennies to pick up the dollars'!
hahahah. You thinking that there are some areas where the seller doesn't hold the cards and can't twist the buyers arm says it all. Don't quit your day job
I'm saying focus on the good ones. The top 5-10% or so. Of course don't expect amazing results with someone new with little experience