Brokerage firms are locking horns with StreetEasy again. Here’s why

StreetEasy is at the center of controversy once again. In the past month, two separate incidents laid bare the latest animosities between the online listings giant and the city’s top residential firms. The Zillow Group-owned website has found a new way to circumvent brokers and recently overhauled its fee structure to milk more money from New York agents, industry sources told The Real Deal. “They are overstepping their bounds,” said Brown Harris Stevens CEO Bess


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