Businesses that are looking to purchase real estate in specific towns or locations often use agents to negotiate purchases on their behalf. When they are assembling several adjacent parcels of land to use them together they will often use an undisclosed agency because they believe that if the seller knew who the actual buyer was the price of the land would go up. If for example the Disney Corporation needed to purchase a piece of land adjacent to the Disneyland resort in Anaheim, California they may send an agent to negotiate with nearby landowners without disclosing that they are working for anyone - much less the Disney Corp. If the sale is completed the agent may even sign the paperwork as though he/she were the owner. In an original 250 word post discuss whether or not you feel this practice is ethical. It is ethical for someone to raise the price of something simply because they know wh the potential buyer is? Should an agent be required at some point to disclose that he is working for someone or even who that someone is?