When asked: Have you ever turned down, released, fired, or chosen not to work with someone. My answer was, of course.
It reminded me of a seller who trusted no one.
In the middle of a difficult divorce, a seller wanted me to represent her. I was the buyer's agent when she bought, and she wanted that exact kind of representation. She was 100% sure she wanted to sell, and 100% she wanted to use me.
But when it came time to answer a few essential questions:
How much do you owe?
Do you have a divorce decree?
Are you current on your payments?
Who could legally sign?
Evasive is the best description for her response.
She was not willing to share the information.
Questioning why she would not give me the pertinent answers, her response:
" You sell this house for the most you can. That’s all you need to know." Her reason for not sharing this information? She could not and would not trust anyone! Since my real estate is built on trust...
That was one I turned down many years ago.
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