Los Angeles Real Estate Agent

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Should you have your own agent represent you in a multiple offer situation?

[...] representation. I look forward to hearing from you. Feel free to call/text/or email. Regards, Revi Mendelsohn, Realtor Rodeo Realty 310-963-7384 cell/txt ReviMendelsohn@gmail.com [...]

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