Listing Specialization and Residential Real Estate Licensee

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Leonard V. Zumpano; Ken Johnson; Randy I. Anderson;
(2007)
  • Journal: journal of Real Estate Research,volume 29,issue 1,pages75-90
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    • jel: jel:L85

Earlier research has found that specialization by real estate agents creates economies of scope for real estate firms. So far, however, no research has addressed this issue at the agent level. The question this research seeks to answer is whether specialization in one s... View more
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