Editor's note: This article is reposted with permission by The Real Deal. View the original article.By CANDACE TAYLORNEW YORK -- Real estate agent Christopher Stokes Moseley recently spent months helping a homeowner prepare to sell his apartment, even talking him through a kitchen renovation. "I held his hand through the entire process," said Moseley, a senior vice president at Charles Rutenberg Realty. So he was shocked when the seller ultimately signed an exclusive listing agreement with a larger firm, saying he felt the bigger company would provide "a wider audience" than 4-year-old Rutenberg. Moseley was even more surprised to see that it took more than a week for the listing to appear on the market, an apparent violation of Real Estate Board of New York rules that ...
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