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I am making all these repairs per an agreed upon and signed addendum and i wanted to ask if the buyers can hypothetically do another inspection and demand more fixes. I.E. new paint where i patched stucco is a close match but very hard to match exactly, can they walk away without penalty because the paint is a shade off? Or better yet can they just add more things to the addendum to get out of the deal? At what point is their deposit at risk? Or is the deal sealed as long as I fix what we signed off on?

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Not OP, but I have some questions, if you don’t mind...

1) after getting a license, do new realtors mostly start out as independent realtors? How/ where do they find clients?

2) what percentage of realtors are independent or work in an agency?

3) is it harder for realtors to find clients to sell FOR, or to sell TO?

4)Where and HOW do realtors advertise themselves, or the houses they’re selling?

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Hi! Writer/producer in Los Angeles looking for potential private investors for a feature film.

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The name, email and phone number of a pre qualified buyer who hasn't signed an agreement yet. They want to meet and view a specific home that they've found online $345,000. Already done (obviously) tons of internet research.

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I’m a new real estate agent in Indiana. my first closing is soon and I’ve heard you should set aside 5% all the way to 50% of your commission checks for taxes. What do you guys set aside? Also does anyone else pay their taxes quarterly?

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hello, i want to get started in the real estate business. i want to be like @benwegmann on instagram. how do i get started in this? i'm an extreme beginner so please be nice to me lol. any advice is helpful!

thanks!

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I'm a relatively new realtor (started around 3/4th of a year ago), and I have been trying to take my business to a more sustainable level by finding a steady stream of leads, but have been struggling to do this.

I have a pretty nice listing that I began working on last week, but besides open houses what are the best ways to generate more buyer or seller leads using this listing? Any advice is appreciated - Thank you

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