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I do not nor have I seen any listings that will consider bitcoin.
no and I hope that continues.... this is MA, and we're the last for everything except gay marriage....
I haven't seen that yet, but nothing surprises me anymore. The only problem that I have is that I don't really know enough about crypto-currencies, their values or how you would even begin to write a contract using them. I am afraid I would let my client down.
Does that mean that my commission comes in Bitcoin as well?
Our MLS doesn't have that option; I have not seen it in the remarks.
Some like to do gimmicky things to stand out, like anything else other than cash, the bitcoin would need to be converted.
I wouldn't trust anything except our U.S Dollar and our American Banks. Any other funds would be too risky for me as a representative of a client.
Yes, we have escrows/title who have such experience. But not sure many principals are ready for this kind of payment. In any case, I'd love to represent such principal:)
I havent seen it in our market yet,, and havent heard of a Title Company here that will be a party to that transaction either..
I have heard about this in Active Rain, but personally have not dealt with any transactions with bitcoin.
Nope. Haven't seen one yet but this is the boring Midwest.
Not yet in my market....
I have not personally had this experience but recently read about one - sorry but can't recall the details..
Debe Maxwell, CRS
Pacific Palisades, CA
Jeff Dowler, CRS - this is the FIRST I am waiting for.
A home sold for Bitcoin!
I dont think that this kind of foolishnes would go over well around here.
Jeff.Have not yet seen that happen,
Pacific Palisades, CA
We have it sated in our state contracts any currency or other units of exchange acceptable to the parties so we are covered. I haven't run into that yet..
Trade only works if we all agree...
To my knowledge, not in this area...
I do not and have not seen any yet.
Seems a bit risky to me. I would not even consider it.
No - and IDK
No and I hope I never do!
I haven't seen this yet.
No, and I believe the next bubble bursting is crypto-currencies.
No, not yet.
I don't know any of our attorneys that would accept bitcoin as payment - it's ultimately up to them what form of currency is used.