Realtors: No ‘biggest buyers’ in the Bay Area

Realtor David LeBaron said his Bay Area sales business is booming despite “the biggest buyers” in the region.

LeBaton said he’s seeing “record” sales and “record sales” at a number of properties and agents are “getting paid so much for this” and are “really enjoying” it.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Los Angeles (REBEL) said it recorded $1.1 billion in sales in the first nine months of the year, and the REBEL is forecasting an additional $1 billion for the year.

Real estate agents are paying an average of $1,000 a day to “get people into homes,” LeBanon said, and “it’s getting to be a huge amount of money.”

“I would say this is a very healthy market for us.

I think there’s no doubt in my mind,” he said.

“I think that the next 10 years we will be seeing real estate agents become more efficient and more successful.

We will be more productive.”

“If the sales people don’t want to work anymore, they can go into a real estate office, they have to, and they’re doing it at a pretty high salary,” he added.

LeBaron noted the average agent’s hourly wage in the Los Angeles area is about $80,000.

Receiving such a high wage “is very appealing” and helps offset the cost of living, he said, which makes it “very attractive.”

LeBlondau said he sees his sales staff getting paid $500 to $700 per day.

Sales agents are not the only ones making money, he added, as other industries are also getting more “profitable.”

Realty agents also enjoy a “low cost of doing business,” which allows them to increase their compensation while maintaining the “quality of service” they offer, LeBastons sales manager said.

“This is a great industry.

The best real estate agent is a really good real estate broker,” he told The Associated Press.

It’s not going to slow down. “

This is one of the greatest markets for realtors in the world.

It’s not going to slow down.

The market is so hot, so this is just one of those years that will be a great year.”

The real estate industry is expected to grow by 2.5% in 2017 to $3.2 trillion, according to the Realtions Association of Southern California, and LeBaiton said his industry is experiencing “record levels” of sales.