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Book By Author:  mitch vogel

The Fishy Side of Real Estate
 The Fishy Side of Real Estate
 Alternative History

The Fishy Side of Real Estate is a story about Miles Vincent, a real estate agent working in Indianapolis, Indiana. The story follows Miles as he sells a house and represents both the buyer and seller in the same transaction. Bound by limiting and enforced disclosures,  Miles is put in the bad position of under-representing the buyers, even though he is following the law to the exact letter.

Though Miles doubles his projected commission, he has misgivings about his ethical role during the transaction and reaches out to others within his industry, most of whom are not bothered by the limiting disclosures of dual agency.

Inspired to create a model of fairness, Miles launches a new real estate company that eliminates the conflict of interested associated with limited/dual agency and begins a new and more fair approach to how real estate agent should represent their buyers and sellers.

Miles oftens drifts back to his college days in Texas where he worked on sport fishing charter boats running out of Port Aransas, Texas. The author feels strongly that there is no better metaphor for real estate sales than fishing.

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Author:  mitch vogel