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Real Estate Buyers & Brokers In Charlotte

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Real Estate Buyers & Brokers

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Business Listing   Adrienne Priest - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 412-3505

Business Listing   Andrea Jones Realtor - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 408-9787

Business Listing   Barbara McGill - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 594-4138

Business Listing   Bowman Real Estate and Property Management - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 659-5286

Business Listing   Carolina Vue Real Estate Group LLC - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 540-8000

Business Listing   Cassandra Henderson - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (980) 216-4988

Business Listing   Dynasty Property Management and Sales LLC - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 837-7103

Business Listing   Executive Digz - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 907-5656

Business Listing   Ginny Williams - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 533-9169

Business Listing   Jim Wadsworth - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 594-4357

Business Listing   JKN Realty - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 464-4302

Business Listing   Lisa McMillion Real Estate - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 604-1122

Business Listing   Lynn Coffey - Keller Williams University City - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 574-1300

Business Listing   MacRose Realty - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (980) 254-8068

Business Listing   Marc Zolotorofe ReMax Executive - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 654-8948

Business Listing   McDonald Group at Wilkinson and Associates ERA Powered - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 351-1519

Business Listing   New Angle Realty - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 525-4045

Business Listing   Paradise Realty and Property Management LLC - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 777-2121

Business Listing   QuietStream Financial - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 731-6265

Business Listing   Richards Properties, Inc - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 617-8000

Business Listing   Rufus Hutchinson - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 323-6037

Business Listing   Tamela Brown at Keller Williams - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (980) 785-1351

Business Listing   Terry Realty Group - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 575-5400

Business Listing   Those Garcia - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 594-4118

Business Listing   Zanthia Hastings And Team - Charlotte, NC - Phone: (704) 737-6976

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Helpful Definition for: Real Estate Buyers & Brokers

A real estate broker is a person having a license before they may receive remuneration for services rendered as a real estate broker in Charlotte.While in case of buyers and sellers acting as principals in the sale or purchase of real estate are not required to be licensed. Some brokerages represent buyers only and are known as exclusive buyer agents in Charlotte. Real estate in accordance with the buyers needs, specifications, and cost.

The practice of real estate brokers and their agents representing a buyer in a real estate transaction rather by default, representing the seller either directly or as a sub-agent in Charlotte. If the buyer is working with a broker other than the brokerage listing the property, may choose to enter into a buyer-brokerage agreement to be represented in Charlotte.

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