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Home Selling 101

April 25, 2021

There’s no question that, as a profession, REALTORS® are committed to serving the best interests of their clients. Despite their best intentions, however, a few long-entrenched business practices can hurt uninformed sellers.

Home Selling 101

Many areas, including Minnesota, are dominated by large brokers. Despite some advantages, their dominance can create negative side-effects for both home sellers and home buyers. You can sense their influence in many of the local laws, policies and procedures.

Big Brokers = Big Sway

These disadvantages, detailed throughout this site, start with the boilerplate language in standard listing contracts.

Skewed Listing Contracts

When you look at standard boilerplate listing contracts, it’s not hard to tell they were written by REALTORS®. There’s nothing wrong with that, and nothing surprising about all the subtle ways that common practices work favor the broker over the sellers.

Use the tips, comments and suggestions featured throughout this site to make the process work for you instead.

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