BrickUnderground Agent Referral Service: Not just for renters anymore

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By Teri Karush Rogers  |
November 1, 2011 - 7:15AM

BrickUnderground is extremely pleased to announce the relaunch and expansion of our Agent Referral Service, designed to take the Russian Roulette out of finding a good New York City real estate agent.

The basic premise remains the same: Rather than find an agent by clicking on a random apartment ad or walking into the nearest brokerage, you can ask to be matched with one from our small, curated network of Manhattan and Brooklyn agents.  

Clients (you) benefit from an extra layer of accountability and great service enhanced by the prospect of more referrals, but pay nothing beyond fees normally involved in working with a broker to rent or sell an apartment. BrickUnderground collects a referral fee from our agents when and only when a transaction successfully closes.

A win-win-win triangle of aligned motives, our referral service is a first step toward creating widespread positive change in a service industry that so many New Yorkers love to hate.   And don't forget to check out our new insider's guides to buying, selling and renting a New York City apartment. 

Related links:

How to Buy a NYC Apartment

How to Sell a NYC Apartment

How to Rent a NYC Apartment


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Teri Karush Rogers

Founder & Publisher

Founder and publisher Teri Karush Rogers launched Brick Underground in 2009. As a freelance journalist, she had previously covered New York City real estate for The New York Times. Teri has been featured as an expert on New York City residential real estate by The New York Times, New York Daily News, amNew York, NBC Nightly News, The Real Deal, Business Insider, the Huffington Post, and NY1 News, among others. Teri earned a BA in journalism and a law degree from New York University.

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