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2 The Business of Real Estate: A Realtor’s Math Mathematics is a critical component of any realtor’s services. Having a tried and true method of analyzing recent sales, in order to forecast a selling price of a home is crucial for both home sellers and home buyers. A realtor must be able to review comparable properties available and recent sales with accuracy and dependability, since the client needs accurate information and routine updates, depending on this information’s reliability, to determine what steps to take in the selling/ buying process. Imagine a home buyer visits a property that I have listed and wants to also hire me to help them purchase this home. Now not only is my income on the line, but my reputation as a knowledgeable professional, a fair salesmen and a reliable mathematician will all come in to play. The future of my business lies in the success of this transaction.
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3 Once I have made all the appropriate disclosures to my client (the home seller) and my customer (the home buyer), I can begin the contract writing, negotiating, and scheduling of all the inspections required to close on this transaction. Ultimately, my services are
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course MATH 150 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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