A copycat commission lawsuit has emerged in Nevada, with a second home seller claiming collusion within the real estate industry in the state. The lawsuit alleges that industry players, such as real estate agents, brokers, and multiple listing service (MLS) providers, have conspired to fix and inflate commission rates, potentially harming homeowners by limiting competitive options. The claim follows a similar one filed last year, which has since expanded into a class-action lawsuit involving multiple states.

Key points from the article:
• A second Nevada home seller has filed a lawsuit alleging collusion in the real estate industry.
• The suit claims that industry players conspired to fix and inflate commission rates.
• Real estate agents, brokers, and MLS providers are among those accused of collusion.
• The lawsuit mirrors a similar case from last year that has now expanded to involve multiple states as a class-action lawsuit.
• The alleged collusion may harm homeowners by limiting competitive options for selling their properties.

This recent development raises concerns about potential anti-competitive practices within the real estate industry, pointing to the need for transparency and fair competition to better serve homeowners.

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