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New report finds 87 percent of buyers use a real estate agent

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RISMedia | Suzanne De Vita

Whether you’re browsing for homes out of interest or in the market for one today, chances are, you’ve logged on to look for a property. Most of us are enlisting help, however, to locate “the one,” according to findings by the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR).

Despite 44 percent of homebuyers searching on the web, 87 percent—close to double—bought with the help of a REALTOR®, according to NAR’s Real Estate in a Digital Age report, which explores the intersection between REALTORS® and technology and the consumers they serve.

To read the full article, click here: Buyers Are Calling on REALTORS®, Even With Listings a Tap Away

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