The Economics of Residential Real Estate Brokerage
This paper examines the economics of residential real estate brokerage. Section 2 discusses the role of the residential real estate agent - what the listing agent does, what the selling agent does, and broadly how the residential real estate brokerage market is organized. Section 3 examines residential real estate broderage from an industrial organization perspective - structure, conduct, and performance - with particular attention to the Candian experience.
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