I need your help!!

By
Education & Training with Real Estate Expert Witness Support

I am in the midst of writing a consumer protection book on buying and selling homes.  In my classes I teach at various colleges and my work as an expert witness in litigation cases,  it is amazing to me how little the public knows about how to find a good agent and the red flags that should alert them to bad agents ...... and unfortunately,  we have too many.  My whole thrust is to have buyers and sellers learn how to spot the integrious and competent agents,  and there are many of those.

Here's how you can help.   As I teach a principal,  I would like to give an example of a buyer or seller who was damaged because their agent failed to point out the issue or give them good advice on how to avoid the problem.  And,  I would love to give examples from all over the United States since my limited exposure is simply California.

Read my prior post,  which is the introduction to the book. It give several real world examples of people who were reallyhurt because their agent failed them in some way.

If you have one or more horror stories to tell,  email me at guy@guyberry.com

 

 

Posted by

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

Guy Berry

Email - guy@guyberry.com

Visit my Website  

Connect on Facebook

 

 

Comments (2)

Richard Weeks
Dallas, TX
REALTOR®, Broker

We had a situation in our office where a buyer purchased a home for cash.  Agent did not recommend the buyer purchase a survey.  The property was completely fenced and there was a builidng east of the home.  Come to find out this building was on a seperate piece of property which a survey would have caught.

Aug 31, 2009 07:32 AM
Guy Berry
Real Estate Expert Witness Support - San Jose, CA
Real Estate Broker and Legal Expert

Richard,  great example.  Email me back with info about you and where you are located,  so I can attribute to the right person

 

guy@guyberry.com

 

BTW, did you read the Intro chapter

Aug 31, 2009 10:12 AM