By now, you’ve probably heard the term “franchise sale,” but what exactly is a franchise?

Franchise means that the company that runs the business, such as a real estate agent, owns the property and has a monopoly over it.

A franchisee can buy or sell the property at any time and the owner is able to get a special discount.

For example, if the real estate agents have to make a sale because of an earthquake, they could give the buyer a $10 discount.

If the realtor has to close a deal because of a hurricane, they might give the seller a $15 discount.

Franchisees can buy, sell and use these kinds of property rights to charge a premium for the property.

Real estate agents often sell properties under franchises, because the agents can make the property more attractive to potential buyers.

But a franchisee isn’t just selling a property.

Franchise sales are also used to help developers secure property.

A real estate developer who wants to develop a building can use franchisees to secure the rights to build that building, which in turn could be sold at a lower price than if the developer had used traditional sales.

The same is true when a realtor wants to sell property.

In both cases, the developer will usually have a monopoly on the sale.

It’s the property rights that are being sold that are the difference.

Franchise transactions are regulated by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.

Here’s how it works.

A corporation, or a partnership, is a legal entity that owns a real property and licenses it to other real estate companies or organizations.

In this case, the corporation or the partnership is the franchisee, and the realtors are the franchisees.

The realtor and the developer usually work in the same location and have a common goal.

For most real estate transactions, a franchise will typically be used to secure more than one property at a time.

For instance, a developer may use franchise agreements to secure a number of properties at once.

The franchises are also useful when an individual is seeking to buy property that the realestate agents don’t own, or if a developer wants to acquire a property from a franchise for a development project.

For these purposes, it’s best to call a realtor or a developer, who will then negotiate with the real property owner or franchisee for a franchise transaction.

The franchisee and the property owner generally have the same rights.

Franchise agreements are usually limited to specific areas.

For an example, a property owner may only have certain rights in certain areas of the property, such the right to sell and control the building.

The developer may have other rights that aren’t specific to the property or certain properties in particular.

A developer may not be able to sell a particular property if it’s in the wrong location.

The owner of a realty agency can negotiate a franchise with a realestate agent who’s already working on the property for a project.

The buyer is then allowed to choose from a range of options, including selling the property in a specific location, purchasing a different property or reselling it.

Franchise agents usually negotiate a deal with the franchise that is consistent with the terms of the original franchise agreement.

Realty agents are typically the first to negotiate the franchise agreement, and they typically negotiate the price for the sale of the realty.

For many real estate sales, the franchise agreements typically include a number a “bargaining price.”

The bargaining price is the highest price an individual realtor can offer a prospective buyer for a particular area of the properties.

If a franchise is set to expire after a certain number of years, the realproperty agent will usually negotiate the terms for a renewal.

If an individual property owner doesn’t want to renew their franchise agreement and wants to make more money on the properties they own, they can file a “rent freeze” claim.

The tenant is allowed to freeze their rent for a certain period of time and then renew their lease.

A tenant’s rent can be set at a specific amount or percentage.

The tenants can choose to increase the amount they pay, decrease it or pay it all at once and the rent freeze will take effect.

This method of rent control allows tenants to choose the amount of money they want to pay in rent, but they must be certain the amount won’t exceed the amount that a realteor or developer is paying.

If both parties agree to the rent freezing, the tenant has to pay rent that is at least the amount the realteors or developer would pay if they were to renew the lease.

The amount of rent that the tenant pays in rent may not exceed the rent that a tenant would pay for the same number of units of real estate under the same franchise.

If one party is paying less than the other, they may be able make a payment of more than the rent the tenant would normally pay under