You find them everywhere, salespersons in boutique clothing stores, in auto showrooms and, of course, in properties looking for buyers.
When it comes to real estate, they may represent either buyer or seller. But the biggest offenders are those on the listing side.
They trail you like dogs hungry for the treats in your hand, eager to point out everything about the apartment or townhouse that’s good and hopeful to distract you from any defects.
“This,” they might say triumphantly, “is Continue reading