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Real Estate Buyers & Brokers In Henderson


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Business Listing   Al Warner- Universal Realty, Inc. - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 706-0747


Business Listing   Bentley Realty Group - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 375-4082


Business Listing   Blue Dot Real Estate, LLC - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 208-2034


Business Listing   Derek Powers Realtor - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 490-9959


Business Listing   Drew Schatzman - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 487-7528


Business Listing   Haman Team - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 625-4451


Business Listing   Heather Wroblewski, REALTOR® - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 867-0005


Business Listing   Homes By Lynn : Your Listing & Marketing Specialist - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 274-6006


Business Listing   Homewood Asset Management & Realty - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 763-5998


Business Listing   Judy Henkens Asset Realty - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 497-1553


Business Listing   Las Vegas Luxury Home Source - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 720-5850


Business Listing   Las Vegas Real Estate Agent - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 232-0087


Business Listing   Luxury Homes of Henderson - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 577-1143


Business Listing   Nathan Gisvold | Quantum Leap Realty - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 560-7355


Business Listing   Pan Am Realty/Steve Magas Sells Las Vegas - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 661-4230


Business Listing   Ray Lujan, Realtor Keller Williams Southern Nevada - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (720) 280-3322


Business Listing   River Mountain Mobile Estates - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 565-9712


Business Listing   Stanford Capital - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 843-6149


Business Listing   The Adams Team at Rothwell Gornt Companies - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 349-9175


Business Listing   The Lawrence Group - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 546-8480


Business Listing   The VanZant Group - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 301-7624


Business Listing   Tim MacNab Realty - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 637-1685


Business Listing   Twila Thielman - Realty ONE Group - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (702) 283-4703


Business Listing   Urban Nest Realty - Henderson, NV - Phone: 1 (954) 294-4696


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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 Henderson.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 Henderson. 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 Henderson. 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 Henderson.

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