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It's been 10 years and the case is still open. No arrests have been made in the Seattle area's most infamous real estate murder that took the life of a respected agent representing the region's largest company. A recent killing in Iowa rekindled stark reminders of the incident and sparked a review of safety precautions by brokers everywhere. On Jan. 5, 2001, the body of Michael Emert, 40, an agent with Windermere Real Estate since 1991, was discovered in a home for sale in Woodinville, a community in the high-tech corridor northeast of Seattle. Police believe Emert, then an agent in the Bellevue office, might have been showing the home to a prospective buyer when he was stabbed to death. "The case of Mike Emert is an open and active case," Sgt. John Urquhart of the Kin...