A brand new agent was doing real estate phone duty here in our Wilbraham, Massachusetts office. Two young men, in casual dress walked in and started chatting with her about homes for sale here in the town of Wilbraham. One of them asked about a house he saw on Main St. and could she tell him how much it was? She printed out an MLS sheet, with her name on top, and gave it to him. They thanked her nicely and walked out. Some time later, she recieved a letter in the mail from the Division of Licensure, citing her for not having an agency disclosure form signed by the man who asked her about the property. It turns out he was a spotter. I'd be curious to hear other Massachusetts Realtors thoughts on this occurance.
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