I stopped by for a business meeting with a lady who lives and -- with her husband -- owns a home in Plano. It was listed with another agent for just shy of $525,000.
The couple's children were pretty much gone from home, and the couple decided the smart thing to do was to downsize.
Since the agent's sign was in the yard. I commented on it, and learned that several contracts had been submitted. Each one had fallen out because the prospective buyer wasn't qualified.
How did that happen? Nevermind, it gets worse.
A day or two before I came for my appointment, a co-op agent brought a woman by to see the house -- it was the woman and at least two, if not three teenage children.
When my friend returned home after the showing, a multitude of items of her personal property upstairs had been purposely broken, torn, "floated out to sea in the bathtub," etc. The walls had been written on, too.
Frankly, it was somewhat major damage.
One item was a camera she had bought for her mother a short time beforeher mother died. It was especially meaningful to my friend. It was destroyed.
My friend said that the co-op agent was apparently denying that the damage occurred during her showing,
However, it didn't take long to discover that another nearby house had been shown to the same prospect, by the same co-op agent, and they, too, had suffered the same kind of damage.
My question in general, is What's going on here?
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