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Types of Listings Sold by Members

  • Members were asked in the 2011 Member Profile about transactions they had and whether they sold their own listing, another’s listing, or someone sold their listing. Among all members (residential and commercial) the typical member sold 1 of their own listings, 2 of their listings were sold by someone else, and they sold 4 of others’ listings.
  • Commercial members were more likely than residential members to sell their own listings. Among commercial members, the typical member sold 3 of their own listings, 2 of their listings were sold by someone else, and they sold 3 of others’ listings.
  • Among residential members, the typical member sold 1 of their own listings, 3 of their listings were sold by someone else, and they sold 4 of others’ listings.
  • For more information on the Member Profile, click here.

Jessica Lautz, Director, Member and Consumer Survey Research

Jessica Lautz is the Survey Research Manager. Jessica analyzes data and writes annual studies such as the Member Profile, the Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, and the Commercial Member Profile.

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