Traditionally, the real estate process has, in some ways, resembled a courtroom.
One the one side, you have the plaintiff or the crown. We’ll call them the sellers. On the other side, you have the defendant. We’ll call them the buyers. And both the sellers and buyers have their lawyers; I mean, their real estate agents.
And while this process may not be a roll-up-your-sleeves and come out swinging brawl, let’s face it: it’s pretty adversarial. It’s about not giving “the other guy” an inch, and about getting the most for the least.
Well, that may have been true in the past, but according to Beth Braverman of Money Magazine, both buyers, sellers and real estate professional need to take a giant leap forward and escape from “us vs.…
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