Brokers in cabs: An interview with Compass’ Brian Lewis

The Compass broker talks pricing, broker perception and more

TRD New York /
May.May 02, 2019 08:00 AM

In the first episode of The Real Deal‘s new series “Brokers In Cabs,” Compass‘ Brian Lewis explains why he thinks the perception of brokers is evolving, how real estate agents are like therapists, but more importantly: how to price homes in spring 2019.

Lewis said he’s optimistic, but that because the market fell last summer, the new key to pricing is “hard to hear.”

Watch the full video above to see Lewis’ thoughts on pricing, his musical tastes and more. 


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