A Miami real estate agent has a very unhappy customer just a few months after helping them purchase a new home.
A successful agent has a solid track record selling mid-market homes but feels ready to tackle luxury-level properties.
This month’s situation: An agent vs. agent dispute has escalated to a formal legal process. Both brokers are fully supportive. Can both brokers be right?
This month’s situation: A successful longtime partnership is coming apart, and the broker is caught in the middle.
This month’s situation: An experienced agent (who joined a new office this year) is used to the traditional annual review process and has concerns about a new approach.
In this monthly column, Anthony Askowitz will explore a hypothetical Miami real estate situation from both sides of the broker/agent dynamic. This month’s situation: A productive agent wants to take his or her annual vacation over the holiday season but has a history of slow Januarys.
The situation: A successful and experienced Miami agent has had it with a difficult seller and wants to part ways, but the broker would like the agent to stick it out and make it work.
This month’s situation: A top producing Miami agent has reservations about joining a new office, where the manager is a “non-competing selling broker.”