Dual agency dispute serves as a warning sign for brokers

In spring of 2017, Pamela Goldstein spotted a $599,000 listing for a Colonial-style four-bedroom home in the Hartsdale section of Greenburgh. She contacted the listing agent, Gino Bello at Houlihan Lawrence, and quickly received a message from Daniel Cezimbra, another agent at Houlihan Lawrence. Cezimbra accompanied her to the house showing and warned Goldstein of a bidding war. He encouraged her to submit a $635,000 bid. She would later raise the offer to $637,000, allegedly […]

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