Real estate agents in Oslo warn of fewer views on Sundays

Real Estate AgentsReal Estate Agents.Photo: Vegard Wivestad Grøtt / NTB scanpix

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The managers of several of Oslo’s largest real estate companies have agreed that there will be fewer views on Sundays in the future, writes E24.

The reason for the reduction is that the brokers want more free weekends, according to the newspaper.

“I have met excellent real estate agents with a large portfolio and high earnings, who say they will quit because they want weekends free with their children,” said Carl O. Geving, head of the Norwegian Association of Real Estate (NEF), during a meeting between the real estate agents.

Sunday is the day of the week with the most views in Oslo, according to E24.

In central Norway, real estate agents have largely abolished views on Sundays.

“We got hold of this because I noticed that we had very poor culture in both the company and the industry. People who came to us would work for a few years and then find something else they could combine with family life. It was an incredible shame,” said Kjetil Reinsberg, who is the head of EiendomsMegler 1 in central Norway.

Sunday views are not going to disappear completely from the capital, as some brokers like to have views on Sundays.

The brokers are also not worried that there will be fewer views.

“Customers come to view when we invite them to view,” said Christoffer Askjer, partner in Sem & Johnsen.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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