When it comes to buying a home in Jamaica, it’s all about the agent.
But in the past few years, there has been an explosion in the number of agents, according to a new study.
According to the research, there are more than 2,000 agents in Jamaica.
The average agent fee for the year ending March 31 was $18,933, according the study, which was conducted by Real Estate Services.
In the U.S., the average agent was paid $15,500 in 2011, according TOG Markets.
In Jamaica, there is a boom in agents, as the country’s real estate market has been struggling.
It’s an issue the country has been grappling with for years.
It is one of the world’s poorest countries and the number one destination for illegal immigrants and refugees.
Since the 1990s, there have been an estimated 3.5 million illegal immigrants living in Jamaica and many are from the Middle East.
The country has had a high number of murders, rapes and assaults over the past two decades.
But the number has gone down as crime rates have decreased, according ToG Markets, which is based in Jamaica’s capital, Kingston.
The study, released by real estate company TRS Jamaica, said it is difficult for agents to navigate the legal system because of a lack of resources.
In some cases, agents are not allowed to take legal action in the United States or abroad.
The real estate agents are also required to sign contracts with their clients.
“We don’t have any legal protections in Jamaica,” said Rashaan Chikwendiu, the chief executive of TRS.
“So agents are being forced to do a lot of risky business and risk their lives and their livelihoods to get the best deal.”
A house is seen on the beach in Port of Spain, Jamaica, March 1, 2017.REUTERS/Joe SkipperThe study showed that agents were more likely to have jobs in the U, U.K., France, Italy and Australia than the U to the U of A.
In Canada, the median agent fee was $14,000, while the U’s average was $12,400.
Agents in Jamaica were less likely to be licensed as real estate brokers than agents in the rest of the U., U.N. member states and the U