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Slate's A Fine Whine: Real Estate Agents Useless?

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Slate's A Fine Whine: Real Estate Agents Useless?

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Slate's A Fine Whine: Real Estate Agents Useless?

Slate's A Fine Whine: Real Estate Agents Useless?

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NPR's Noah Adams talks to Douglas Gantenbein, who in a recent article on Slate.com slams real estate agents as a waste of money. Gantenbein says people don't need real estate agents when they can find so much information about buying or selling a house on the Internet.

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