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I disagree...

Posted by MikeW on February 26, 2001 at 10:42:33:

In Reply to: One broker only... posted by Tom on February 22, 2001 at 23:28:33:

In NYC, more so than in other markets, you need to work with different brokers from different companies.

There is only the feeble embryo of a multiple listing service in Manhattan, and brokers still hoard their listings. If you want to make sure you get access to all of a company's listings, you'll have to work with a broker from that company.

Also, multi-broker deals are a pain in the ass. Your better off dealing with the listing broker, and not have a second broker involved.

: You'll get really goofy service if you're trying to work with more than one broker. Interview several and find one you like.

: :'is it customary to work with more than one broker when looking for a place?' etc.

: : a sella

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