Picking up real estate pieces in divorces
People in Real EstateBy Mary Umberger, Monday, November 1, 2010.
Sometimes, the most satisfying days for real estate agent Joan Rogliano are the ones when she goes to a listing appointment and the homeowner decides not to sell.
Rogliano, who owns Rogliano Realty Group in Littleton, Colo., specializes in sales related to divorce, a niche she began to cultivate after her own marriage ended several years ago and she became painfully aware of the confusion and anxiety that can surround that major marital asset.
"When you're going through a divorce, you're out of control, for the most part," she said. "You're scared to death. Your friends say to do one thing with the house, your kids say another. Here I was, a Realtor, and even I wasn't sure of what to do."
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