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I actually just picked up a new listing because the prior agent was exactly as you described...his name wasn't..oh never mind I'll take the high road. Upon hiring your Realtor you should have a clear marketing plan in place. Your realtor should provide you with a copy, and a scheduled day each week for updates. This is what I do for all my Sellers and I have never lost one yet. Phone calls especially those to other Realtors are always followed up with an email which I copy (BCC) to my seller.
What some REALTORS forget is YOU the seller are the Boss and we can be "fired".
I am sorry you have had a bad experience. my advice is cancel your listing agreement and get a new Agent.
Best of luck!
Allen Tate Realtors
You have several options. One, contact the Broker/Owner of the agency your friend works for and advise them of this situation. Two, contact the local Board of Realtors and file a grievance against the agent. Three, contact the legal department at the North Carolina Association of Realtors and ask them what you shoud do.
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