A typewriter and a real-estate contract. “We all had typewriters. I kept one in the trunk of my car with blank contracts, in case a buyer wanted to make an offer on the spot,” Charlette Seidel recalls.
A typewriter and a real-estate contract. “We all had typewriters. I kept one in the trunk of my car with blank contracts, in case a buyer wanted to make an offer on the spot,” Charlette Seidel recalls. alexskopje Getty Images/iStockphoto
A typewriter and a real-estate contract. “We all had typewriters. I kept one in the trunk of my car with blank contracts, in case a buyer wanted to make an offer on the spot,” Charlette Seidel recalls. alexskopje Getty Images/iStockphoto

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What selling Miami real estate was like back in the day — and what it’s like now

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