I’ve decided to take a break from blogging about the Boston condo market. And as I stand near the front door of my Charles Street real estate office, a little conflict unfolds across the Street near Savenor’s food store. Apparently two cars are vying for the same street parking spot.
I’m amused, as a I’m reminded of a Sienfeld episode where George backs into a spot while another guy comes in headfirst, resulting in the question, “Who is entitled to the space?”
Hat tip to the Sienfeld Economic website. Click here to view the above video
Update: Beacon Hill is not the only place where they fight for parking spaces:
Boston condos for sale:
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An estate agent being used as a term in the United Kingdom means a person or organization whose business is to market real estate on behalf of clients, but there are significant differences between the actions and liabilities of brokers and estate agents in each country. Beyond the United States, other countries take markedly different approaches to the marketing and selling of real property.
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