Despite the fact that the profession of “realtor” did not appear yesterday, the attitude towards it is still ambiguous.
Some consider realtors to be an unnecessary link in the “buyer-seller” chain, others are sure that the realtor is a reliable assistant and guarantor of the transaction, while others believe that realtor services are not worth a penny. By the way, the size of the commission is the most worrying for customers who still do not want to understand why a realtor claims to be their rightful 5%. Another answer to the question – what is the meaning of a realtor’s service and what does he charge for? – we offered readers in a recent article “Where is free cheese?” (“Real estate on the move” No. 20 of 05/31/06). Continue reading
The one to whom everything that happens on the suburban real estate market is too reminiscent of Chekhov’s “Cherry Orchard,” whose heroes yawn meet a late train, will certainly be disappointed. Today, villages located outside the city do not resettle for the summer, and not the dreamy Ranevskys live in them, but rather the enterprising Lopakhins, who are clearly aware of when, to whom and for what they paid.
And they live in comfort, wondering in the evenings, either to spread out solitaire, or to go smoke a cigar in the company of people from their own circle; an ordinary TV has long turned into a huge panel on the wall and thereby turns the room into a kind of auditorium. In modern cottage towns, there isn’t even bird milk. Continue reading