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By: Agent Incognito

Please, Don't Trust Me

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Discover the truth behind the much-derided world of estate agency in this no-holds-barred account. From gazumping and sealed bids to Dutch auctions and life-affirming philosophy, this brutally honest book delves into all aspects of the housing market that have never been available to the general public.

Written by a local author who may have sold your house or sold one to you, this book sheds light on the mysteries of estate agency and the rationale behind its practices. Is estate agency really just money for old rope? What links it to the dropping of the atomic bomb? What phrase from 1928 is still causing angst in the house buying process?

With fascinating insights into the history of estate agents and even a discussion of the role of the Bible in the industry, this book explores the tall stories and interesting views that make up this complex world. Whether you’re a seasoned property buyer or just curious about the industry, prepare to be stultified and enlightened by this intriguing read.

As any self-respecting estate agent would say, an internal inspection is highly recommended. So read on and discover the secrets of estate agency that have never been revealed before.

Agent Incognito is the anonymous persona of an experienced, hardworking estate agent who, having sold thousands of houses over the course of a long career, felt it was long overdue to tell the public what really happens when you try to buy or sell a residential property. All the situations described in the book are real, with little-known facts and true stories from the daily experiences of over thirty years of helping people through what is the most complicated and challenging thing they will ever do as an adult.



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