Real Estate Agents:
A Recovering, Challenging, Concentrating, & Diversifying Market

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Date Published: August 3, 2015
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with an understanding of the real estate agents market, a market that has been challenged by the 2008-2010 decline in real estate prices. Consumers' real estate holdings are addressed in Tiburon's consumer wealth research. Another Tiburon research topic addresses various types of real estate as an investment product. And yet another Tiburon research topic addresses the related mortgage brokers market. This research addresses retail & commercial real estate agents.

This research addresses the four historical phases of the the real estate agents market, including: 
  • Early Phase
  • Middle Phase
  • Market Turmoil Phase
  • Recovery Phase

    This research defines two distinct markets segments, including:

    • Residential Real Estate Agents
    • Commercial Real Estate Agents

This research outlines three key service providers to the the real estate agents market, including:

  • Technology Companies
  • Independent Broker/Dealers, Custodians, & Clearing Brokers
  • Mutual Fund Companies & Other Investment Product Companies

And this research makes the following future predictions for the the real estate agents market, including: 

  • Market Recovery
  • Online Challengers
  • Increasing Market Share Concentration
  • Entrance of Younger Professionals
  • Increasing Dual Agency Transactions
  • Increasing Number of Pocket Listings
  • Integration with Investment Products

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