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WSJ: How Real-Estate Brokers Are Reacting to the Historic Commission Verdict

Executives say modifications are likely to be small, but analysts see a sharper impact on the businesses.
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Barron's: Real Estate Commissions Are Big Money. How a Jury Award Could Flip the Housing Market.

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Fortune: Americans are taxed $60 billion in real-estate commissions, says attorney who just won a $1.8 billion mega-verdict against National Association of Realtors

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