Most business transactions are relatively simple from a technical standpoint. Meaning, we have buyers and we have sellers that want to exchange money for an asset, good, or service. Markets are relatively developed these days so it's not that difficult to determine the value of the asset, good, or service being exchanged.
Because of that some people are questioning the need for middle person in between transactions. A middle person can be considered a medium, an in between. A good medium is good if they make the process simpler, easier, and/or more profitable. A "bad" medium does the opposite. So a middle person can enhance or take away from the deal, but it might not be a great idea to just through out the baby (having a professional in between) with the bathwater (a bad experience).
Powered by Robert L. Lewis, Jr. at Ink Realty and Stone Hill Wealth Management
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