We Need No Stinkin' Ethics!

Wierman, Duncan
November 2011
Personal Real Estate Investor;Nov2011, p58
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the techniques used by some investment property sellers to mislead prospective buyers in the U.S. He argues that other sellers adopt an honest approach to sell a property, however, many vendors say or do anything to complete the sale. Moreover, he comments on the maketer's claim of scarcity and rapid sales to urge potential buyers to act early.


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