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Appalled by ‘crazy’ broker fees, 2 ex-Googlers founded a site they say has saved renters over $1 million

“Eventually, Joinery will take 20% of that fee, Ramsey says, but the company is forgoing it for now in order to scale” writes Tanza Loudenback for businessinsider.com.au. Each listing displays the fees the incoming renter will pay, and calculates how much they’re saving by choosing Joinery over a traditional broker.Many apartment hunters turn to real estate brokers, who charge a fee of 10% to 20% of annual rent for their services.
 
Source: businessinsider.com.au



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