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The real estate market promises a return to the “pyramids”

Рынку недвижимости пообещали возвращение "пирамид"

On the real estate market has entered the scheme of network marketing. It is reported in the press release the group of companies “geo development”, organized in its structure a unit where extensive brokerage network is created through the use of the principles of direct sales.

“An ordinary broker network in attracting a potential partner that will sell at least one apartment in a month, six months, will be released on a stable source of income in the amount of 300-500 thousand rubles”, — commented in the report of the scheme of network marketing in the real estate market.

The company refers to its unit FlatMarket specializing in new buildings of Moscow and Moscow region. Brokerage network in the business project operates through the use of the principles of direct sales.

Experts estimate that if every broker to attract to the network by one agent, after a year the number of involved specialists will be 4095. PR average cost of an apartment at five million and the production network of brokers that implement at least one flat a month cash flow in a year will exceed two billion rubles.

“Operating under a multi-level marketing, employee brokerage network gets the opportunity to receive up to five different kinds of income, allowing in the latter stages of the system not involved in direct sales, while gaining a much higher income than the traditional realtor real estate Agency”, — stated in a press release. According to experts “geo development”, this makes the scheme attractive to the brokers of the real estate market.

“Geo development” is known as a large land broker. Its portfolio includes such projects as “Klyazminskiy Park” on the Dmitrov highway and the “Christmas Park” on the Leningrad highway.

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