This week’s Hits and Misses in the real estate industry cover a range of topics including the lack of affordable homeownership options, a lawsuit regarding broker commissions, and the sale of a Frank Lloyd Wright house.

Here are the key highlights:

– Affordable homeownership options: The industry continues to face challenges in providing affordable housing options for potential buyers. This issue has significant implications for individuals and families looking to enter the housing market.
– Lawsuit over broker commissions: A new lawsuit has been filed regarding broker commissions. This highlights ongoing challenges and disputes within the industry surrounding the payment of commissions and the role of brokers.
– Sale of Frank Lloyd Wright house: The sale of a Frank Lloyd Wright house has drawn attention this week. These architectural gems are highly sought after by buyers, and their sale often generates significant interest in the real estate market.

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