Buy a house in Vancouver and you could be rewarded with $10,000 in cash back.
That is because the seller’s agent, or broker, will get paid if they sell a property within three weeks.
If you don’t want to wait for three weeks, you can use the Amazon Prime Instant Video option to watch the sale in real time.
To get that cash back, the seller must pay the broker a commission.
So if the agent sells for $10.00 per month, the broker will get $10 per month for the entire purchase price.
The seller also must get a 10% discount on the property.
So the broker can earn a commission of $10 for each $10 sold.
The buyer also gets a 10.5% discount.
The broker can also earn $10 and get a $10 discount.
If the agent can’t sell within three days, they will receive a $25 refund.
But wait, there’s more.
The seller can also receive a 10-percent discount if the buyer can’t pay the deposit.
So if the seller can’t make the payment within three months, the buyer will receive the full $10 cash back on the sale.
This is the third example that we’ve written about Amazon Prime Video.
But we think this one is a lot better.
The agent, who has to be a registered real estate agent, must have been licensed to do business in Canada.
The sellers must also have an active listing on the site, and they must pay a commission to the seller.
You could also use the Instant Video to watch a property sale.
If that sounds too good to be true, you may have heard about an Amazon Prime video that has been banned in several countries.
The video was flagged because it showed a buyer paying for an apartment in Vancouver.
Amazon said it has been monitoring this particular deal for weeks and has not found any evidence that the seller paid commission to a third party.
It has been reported that it was a seller who had been selling real estate for months.
The sellers were not paid commissions because the sellers were actually doing a real estate transaction.
The buyer had to be willing to pay commission for the property because the agent did not have a license to do that.
The video was removed from Amazon Prime because it is a violation of the sellers’ privacy, and the seller was not licensed to sell real estate.
If it were to be reinstated, it would likely be a little harder for buyers to find a buyer who would be willing and able to pay a mortgage.