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Cooper Real Estate to Move into Small Space, Owner Seeks Partner/Manager

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March 4, 2014 By Christian Murray

Scott W. Cooper, a long-time real estate broker and attorney, is looking to move into smaller space and find a partner to take a stake in his business.

Cooper Real Estate, which has been located at 47-16 44th Street for nearly 25 years, is likely to move to 47-12 44th Street (next door)—where Vida Saludable Health Life was located, Scott Cooper said.

Cooper, who owns the building, is looking for a tenant where he is currently located. He said that he no longer needs the space, since he tends to work and meet people outside of the office.

Cooper said that he is also looking for a partner/manager since he is involved in many areas of the real estate business—from mortgage origination, property management, sales and title work—that he needs help.

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Dixie

I sold my Celtic Park property through them a couple year ago. Their behavior verged on the criminal. They held my property hostage, never showed it or advertised it beyond the MLS, they were waiting till someone they represented would buy it so they could get both the seller and buyer commission. Give them a wide berth.

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45th and Skillman

So he hasn’t moved and he hasn’t found a partner. I’m with Jane. What’s the story?

And if this is the way the site is headed I can’t wait to hear where the guy who owns Alpha Donuts is thinking about going on vacation.

This is going to be good.

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Celtic Bark

I don’t know about anyone else but I only deal with real estate agencies where the employees have the company logo tattooed to their bodies.

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David I

Jane, this is the Sunnyside Post. It’s actually the only place where a story like this is relevant. We as residents want to know what’s going on in our community and yes, that includes long-time local businesses.

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A.Bundy

Went around the area looking to buy a 1 bedroom 3 years ago. Out of all the agencies in Sunnyside, his staff was the most thorough and wouldn’t let me leave until I had all the information I could get on what I was looking for.

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onlyworm15

I have had many interactions with Cooper Real Estate and hope that the changes they make are positive and will earn them a better reputation. Good luck.

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Realtors in Austin

They also have timeless sales skills which helps you sell your property so quickly and at maximum possible price. They always give you instant information and show the dream homes at your own convenience.

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