The real estate agent gets an actual percentage of the full purchase price of the property, so it’s within their interest for this number to be entirely high
I actually live in a state that is totally filled with scammers, criminals, thieves, as well as other types of frauds. We truly have the highest per-capita rate of senior citizens as well as retirees, which obviously attracts the worst people in society who specialize in conning older people out of their currency. But these bandits are not discriminatory toward potential victims as well as will readily steal from people of all ages. My cousin learned this the difficult way when he was the victim of a wire fraud scam in school. He was working on renting a place in a state that he was moving to for graduate school as well as he was swindled by someone posing as a common landlord. Jack is the most computer savvy person in the family to be honest, so for him to get scammed in this way was a fairly major surprise for us all. He tried to get a real estate lawyer involved before coming to find out that the currency was eventually wired to an international account in Afghanistan. Unluckily, I suppose I’m also going to need a real estate attorney because I guess that my real estate agent was involved in a scam as well. I guess they conspired with the property’s seller to get the house to sell at an inflated price. The real estate agent gets an actual percentage of the full purchase price of the property, so it’s within their interest for this number to be entirely high. I hope the real estate lawyer can help me figure out the most suitable way to transport forward with getting justice regarding this horrendous scam. Hopefully my attorney will only offer to take a certain cut of the winnings if they’re successful with this stressful case.