— It’s the last weekend of March, and the home prices are soaring across the nation.
On the street in Tulsa, people are talking about how to make an even bigger commission.
The last couple of weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind for the couple, and they are struggling with the prospect of not being able to pay off their mortgage and still have enough money to buy a home.
“It’s definitely been a little bit of an ordeal,” said Lisa Jones.
The couple’s mortgage is at the top of the list.
They’re already in the middle of the process of refinancing and are expecting to make about $600,000.
The Joneses bought their home in 2006 with their savings from a real-estate commission they earned back then.
They now have a $1 million home that is worth $700,000 more than they paid for it.
But that commission has long been a pain in the neck for some homeowners.
The real-tor industry says it’s not a good way to make money off a home sale.
It is considered illegal to charge commissions to buyers or sellers.
The real-tourism industry has long complained that the practice is illegal.
But that hasn’t stopped the industry from working to change the rules.
In December, the Federal Trade Commission said the practice could be illegal and required it to investigate the practice.
In April, Congress passed the Home Affordable Modification Tax Credit Act, which would make it illegal for companies to make commissions off home sales.
That was a step in the right direction.
But the real-traffic-safety commission has come up short.
It was created in 2010 to help businesses make sales to drivers who are uninsured or have other issues.
It has been criticized by the National Association of Home Builders, which said it has created a loophole for the real estate industry.
The federal government said it will begin investigating the commission in March.
The agency said in a statement that the agency has received “numerous complaints” about the realty commission and will be taking a look at it in the coming weeks.
“We look forward to working with the realtors and other stakeholders to ensure that our system of regulations does not create an unfair advantage for the sales agents and real estate agents who provide these services,” the agency said.
The commission’s chairman, John J. Smith, said in an email that the law does not require the realtor to charge a commission.
It allows sellers to charge whatever they want.
But critics say the real and touristic industries have fought back against the new rules, claiming they would make sales more difficult.
Smith said in his email that “we believe the real agents and tourists should be able to negotiate the commission with a seller.”
But the Joneses are still struggling.
They have $200,000 in student loans, which are expected to be paid off by the time they can pay the mortgage.
They also are trying to make ends meet and are working toward paying off their medical bills.
The house is in a good spot, they said.
But they’re worried about the future.