When the real estate industry’s ‘Real Estate for Real People’ is a scam

When the real estate industry’s ‘Real Estate for Real People’ is a scam

Posted by IGN on Sunday, January 24, 2019 08:38:20When the real-estate industry’s “Real Estate For Real People” scam first started to pop up around the country in the early 2000s, it was met with a great deal of skepticism.

There was a lot of skepticism about what real estate agents could do to help those struggling to buy a home, let alone help a family that is struggling to put food on the table.

Then, the Internet went wild, and people started getting paid to post adverts for real estate deals.

The real estate boom that followed, however, made real estate agent scams look like a thing of the past.

Now, real estate scams are so widespread that it is difficult to determine how many of them there actually are, and the number of people affected is likely even less.

We decided to look into the numbers and see how many people have been harmed in the realtors scam, and how much money the realtor industry is making off of it.

Our research found that, on average, agents make $1.75 million per scammer per year.

And agents who make more than $100,000 per scam are making more than half of their earnings off of the scam.

We also found that the realty industry is a $1 billion-a-year business, and it’s likely more than 1.5 million people are currently being hurt by the scam each year.

What happened?

What we found was that the scam is not new, nor is it unique to Florida.

There are at least four other scams out there, and some of them are quite lucrative.

The most notorious is called the “Garden Club” scam, which is often perpetrated by a real estate firm in a bid to get you to sign a rental agreement for a piece of land that you want to sell to them for a profit.

It is particularly common in Florida, where the average cost of a single-family home is $1,890,000, so this can easily end up costing you thousands of dollars.

Another scam is the “Penny Garden Club” or “Landing Party” scam.

This is another one that is so profitable that some agents have made upwards of $150,000 in one scam.

In the United States, a person can be charged a $50 “settlement fee” if they are accused of a realtor scam, though most people are never charged any money.

However, some real estate brokers are able to take advantage of the legal loophole that allows them to avoid the settlement fee if they can show they made a legitimate claim for a home.

When it comes to real estate, it is often difficult to differentiate between a scammer and an honest agent.

A realtor is a lawyer with a license to practice law, and an agent is a real-life friend or family member who is helping to buy and sell a property.

The scammer is a “rent-a‑thon” that is often a person who has been duped into signing a rental contract, and there is nothing wrong with that, but the agent is usually making more money off the scam than the real buyer is.

According to the FBI, there are more than 700,000 real estate transactions across the United Kingdom each year, and agents make an average of $25,000 a year from the scam alone.

So even if there are only a few real estate scammer out there and they only make $25 a year, agents can make hundreds of thousands of pounds each year off of a scam that is widely accepted.

Realtor scammers are very good at getting people to sign rental contracts for a property, and they are also good at convincing people that they are being offered something of value for their money.

It’s a very powerful marketing technique, and a good one.

The scammers also often promise that a real home will be delivered on a certain date or a certain time, which can lead to people signing contracts that they don’t really want.

The worst part of all this is that many realtoring scams do not even involve a real agent.

Most people who sign rental agreements do so because they are promised a piece the property they want.

There is no real estate professional involved.

So, in order to make a profit from the real property, the scammer gets to keep the proceeds, and that is not a good deal for anyone.

The Real Estate for Everyone scam is a different story.

A scammer has to be a real person who is selling a property and can afford to pay a person to do it.

So in order for the scam to work, the person has to actually be living in a place where there are enough people who want to buy the property that the buyer will be able to afford to take on the project.

It’s the only way to sell a home when the buyer is in a bad financial situation.

It can be very difficult to distinguish between

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