A new real estate professional is getting to know licensees at his new firm, Tremont Homes. One licensee

A new real estate professional is getting to know licensees at his new firm, Tremont Homes. One licensee tells him there's an unwritten agreement with a neighboring firm that Tremont serves the mid-town area, and everyone who has prospective clients in that area refer their leads to Tremont. What's this an example of

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  1. Market allocation.

    Explanation:

    Market allocation refers to a form of horizontal trade arrangement in which various competitors decide to limit their respective business practices to particular aspects such as particular territories, specified products, particular regional zones, and specific set of customers. Therefore, market allocation provides competitors the opportunity to establish large channels of local monopolies. As per the question, Tremont establish monopoly in that area and it unfairly limits the options of customers.

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