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September 08, 2008 • Issue 08:09:01


The Green Sheet, Inc.Blast to the past

How can I obtain back issues of The Green Sheet?

Ray Johnske
ValuPros Corp.


Thank you for your interest in The Green Sheet. We are unable to store back issues of our publications for the purpose of fulfilling requests such as yours. We do, however, have all of our issues from 2004 forward archived online in PDF and HTML formats.


The Green Sheet, Inc.Gettin' paid

Do you have any information on how MLSs get paid. I'm new to the industry, and I'm not sure my current deal is the best I can do.

Thomas Amiccio
Company name withheld


You're in luck because Jason Felts' Street SmartsSM column in this issue covers that very subject. Entitled "MLS compensation options," it describes six typical MLS payment programs and highlights the advantages and disadvantages of each.

His article also features a sidebar containing several frequently asked questions about MLS compensation.

I suggest you also read "Who gets a bite of your biz," by Adam Atlas, The Green Sheet, Dec. 25, 2006, issue 06:12:02; "Learning the ISO Lingo," The Green Sheet, August 13, 2007, issue 07:08:01; "Drill Down to the Fine Print," by Jeff Fortney, The Green Sheet, Jan 14., 2008, issue 08:01:01; as well as many other articles you will find in our archives by searching for keywords like residuals, agreement, contract and compensation.


The Green Sheet, Inc.Call us, write us

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