WASHINGTON — A real estate agency that is one of the few in the country to pay all of its clients a monthly fee, has raised its prices.
And it’s because it’s doing so with cash.
The real estate service, Real Estate Agent Worldwide, which bills itself as the largest in the U.S., has recently raised its base fee by 20% to $3.50.
It has also increased the number of agents it accepts, and the number it offers to help you sell your property.
For the past year, the agency has been paying its clients monthly bills, which include $25 a month to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles for two weeks.
That fee includes the agency’s rent, the cost of the property, and a $100 commission.
However, that fee is reduced if you buy the property.
The agency said that it has recently increased the base fee to $5 a month for two-bedroom apartments and $15 for a three-bedroom.
The new fee will not increase the number that can buy the unit.
The agency has also expanded its listings of properties.
And it’s also offering to sell a new $3,000 home for a buyer to make the deal.
While the new fee may seem a little expensive, it’s more than you might think.
For starters, the average price of a one or two-bed apartment is currently about $1.8 million, according to the U