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In this business we can sometimes get too personal and as a result do or say things we probably should not have done. Randy did the right thing by going to the managing broker as they are responsible for the conduct of agents who work in their office.
She did it because the offer was rejected? That is really low. I'd suggest to let your broker( if you have one) to handle the situation. And your client knows already that their offer was not the strongest.
That would be a great case for an ethics complaint. I would file a complaint. This agent has no reason for doing that. If that agent has a problem with your behavior, that is an issue that should be taken to your broker. Not to a client of yours.
Randy Hilman, Associate Broker, GRI, CBR - to begin with, this is unethical. And second, I would seek legal help for such things.
Clean up your conduct or if you're being misquoted have a meeting with your broker.
Les & Sarah Oswald
I would file an ethics complaint.
I would file a grevience and call for that agent's expulsion from the local board.
Try to figure out how and why the buyer's agent feels that way. What better way to show your sellers that you are truly outstanding in negotiation skills...
I would file an ethics complaint and also report them to our state real estate commission.
It's hard to figure out why people do anything. Normally, they lash out because of fear. Did they lose an offer? Really need more information.
Buyer's agent should not be calling your seller. I had a buyer call the seller of another agent and she didn't like it one bit.
I would provide the correct information for the client and more on to more positive activities. It is not worth our time to fight with unethical agents when there are so many of them.
Filing complaints and legal actions is not a productive use of your time. Leave those actions for others.