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Agents using StreetEasy's “Expert” program should expect higher fees

Posted On: Sep 18, 2019   |   Posted By: The Real Deal New York

StreetEasy is reforming its “Building Expert” program effective Thursday, but lack of transparency over fees is causing concern and confusion. The controversial pay-to-play program launched in 2015 under the premise that participating agents would pay a fee to have their contact information displayed alongside building descriptions where they'd done transactions. To qualify as an expert, agents must have closed at least one deal at the property in the past five years. The program, dubbed StreetEasy...

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